Third RIN event takes place in London with biggest attendance yet

The third Rail Infrastructure Networking (RIN) event took place last week in London, attracting over 150 rail professionals from across the UK.

RIN is a not-for-profit quarterly networking opportunity, organised by Jobson James Rail – a business which offers specialist insurance solutions for companies and individuals in the rail sector. Each event takes place in a different UK city with specific ties to the UK rail network.

This event took place at London’s Camden Centre; a Grade II listed building renowned for its art deco features. London was an obvious choice for a city to host a RIN event, both for its world-famous, bustling railway stations, and due to the number of significant rail projects taking place within the capital throughout the next few years.

Director of Jobson James Rail, Keven Parker, said: “Attendance at RIN has grown quarter after quarter, and this event has continued this trend. We have seen a surge in popularity from professionals across all facets of the industry which is fantastic to see.

“We have received a lot of positive feedback from attendees, with many people already thanking us for the new opportunities that have been unearthed through networking at the event. It is clear to see that we are developing an exciting reputation as the UK’s only free rail networking event.”

The next RIN event will be held on 4th May in Crewe at the Alexandra Stadium.

The Rail Alliance announced as new RIN sponsor

Rail Infrastructure Networking (RIN) is pleased to announce the Rail Alliance as its latest sponsor.

The Rail Alliance is the industry’s largest dedicated B2B networking organisation and has evolved as a leading representative of the UK rail supply chain community. As the largest membership organisation within the rail industry, the Rail Alliance provides information, insight, guidance and tailored assistance to its’ members, helping them to understand and access potential opportunities in the UK rail industry.

This latest addition means that RIN is now sponsored by ten industry organisations, each providing a unique and valuable service to the rail industry. Our group of sponsors covers insurance, marketing, planning services, training, equipment, consultancy and much more, and this broad range that every RIN event is attended by a wide spectrum of rail professionals, each offering a unique perspective on how to help the rail industry flourish.