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Rail Media at Infrarail 2014

There will be something new on the Rail Media stand at Infrarail 2014.

As well as hosting the show’s technical seminar’s (A41), Rail Media will have two stands at the event in May. On the main stand (B50), visitors will be able to trial and download the first interactive iPad app editions of the The Rail Engineer and collect the latest print editions of the magazines.

The Rail Engineer is once again hosting its successful programme of industry seminars, which this year will include talks by senior figures at Amey, Balfour Beatty Rail, Siemens Rail Automation and Signalling Solutions.

The Rail Media events team will be on the stand to chat about what’s coming up in 2014. In particular, they will be promoting The Rail Exec Club – a new programme of networking luncheons which will take place at various venues across London – the first being at Drapers’ Hall on 3 June. The sales and production team will also be on hand to answer any questions about upcoming issues.

This year will see the return of the careers and recruitment wall. Powered by railway jobs website RailwayPeople.com, exhibitors will be able to demo the site’s features and view current vacancies.

Says Paul O’Connor, Rail Media director, ‘Infrarail is such an important show in the rail industry calendar and Rail Media will have a big presence as always.

‘We’re excited to be able to show off the first of our interactive apps for The Rail Engineer and talk to delegates about our new series of exclusive networking events, The Rail Exec Club.

‘As well as showing what we do, we’ll be at the show to report and keep the industry updated on the latest innovations and project updates as they are announced.’

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