Rail Technology Magazine are proud to announce the launch of our 365 virtual events platform.
When building our platform, we set out with goals to ensure that RTM’s virtual events stood out from the rest, offering unique insights, a real sense of community for those that register and ensuring that a 365 day subscription truly meant a 365 day subscription by making all of our talks, Leaders Debates and networking available year-round.
With over 20 years’ experience of publishing to the rail industry, RTM have curated a fantastic offering of over 300 speakers to share their insight and knowledge with you to help you power through 2021.
As with all things that RTM put out, our events are fully CPD certified, with up to 100 points available within our virtual events platform.
As well as being able to attend our events live virtually, members of our community will be able to take part in events on-demand, to remind themselves of a valuable titbit to share with colleagues or simply to check back on a talk that they missed, making RTM’s virtual events truly unique.
Just because our events are virtual, that doesn’t mean you’ll miss out on those great networking opportunities – we have made sure that messaging, calling and video calling are baked in to our platform, which again is accessible all year round, meaning the networking doesn’t have to end when the event does.
Networking isn’t limited to events, though. By signing up early, you can make the most of the platform’s fantastic messaging options to network with other leaders within the rail sector who have already signed up to be part of the events.
Our events kick off on March 17th 2021 with Rail Investment: Getting Back on Track, with speakers from across the rail industry, including Darren Caplan, Chief Executive of the Railway Industry Association, and Chris Heaton-Harris, Rail Minister, Department for Transport who will provide an insight into investment across the industry and the role of rail in supporting economic growth.
If you haven’t already, you can register to become part of the community here >> www.events.railtechnologymagazine.com