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Rail Business Daily conference at RSN will focus on inspiration

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Inspiring Rail People by Inspiring Rail People is the theme for this year’s Rail Business Daily (RBD) conference at Rolling Stock Networking (RSN).

The annual conference – this year renamed the IConference – is designed to Inspire, Inform, Impact and offer Insight to help you grow your business.

Six carefully selected leading industry professionals will share their knowledge, experiences and innovative working practices during a series of sessions throughout the day on Thursday, July 7.

With speakers in procurement roles from several well-known rail companies, the presenters will undoubtedly have something of interest to showcase for all delegates.

This year the speakers will focus their presentations on overcoming challenges and taking opportunities to win work.

The full line-up of speakers will be announced via  railbusinessdaily.com in the coming days

The conference will also include panel discussions and Q&A sessions with host Nigel Wordsworth.

It will give you the unique opportunity to learn about projects, innovations, successes and real-life railway experiences to help your business grow and prosper.
The conference – held upstairs, above the main exhibition hall – begins at 10am and runs through until 3pm.

It is free to attend and there is no need to book.

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