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Rail Forum Midlands (RFM) members have always benefitted from FREE access to the RFM Annual Conference and this year the normal two place allocation has been increased to allow for more colleagues to join the event. Whilst this year will be different, with a move to an online platform, there will be a packed schedule of presentations and discussions spread over Thursday and Friday 15th and 16th October with ‘something for everyone’.
Elaine Clark, CEO Rail Forum Midlands said, ”Looking forward one thing is for sure our railway is changing; we all need to get to grips with what that future will look like and where the opportunities will be. Our conference theme Planning for the Journey Ahead will set us all firmly on that track. Normally we allow two free places per company but this year we are lifting that restriction so more colleagues can join us online”.
A single registration for the event will provide access to all the content across both days including:
And if you can’t make certain sessions over the two days these will be available to watch at a later date.
“We pride ourselves on the fact that the vast majority of our member events are free for them to attend and we know how much members value the networking this enables; we will be encouraging delegates to make maximum use of the online opportunities that our platform provides. Attendees will have access for several days beforehand to make appointments and chat to colleagues” said Elaine.
This article first appeared on www.railbusinessdaily.com
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