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The Rail Hub Presentation to the Rail Alliance Rob Lozowski – Event Director

The Rail Hub Presentation to the Rail Alliance Rob Lozowski – Event Director. “Achieving more for less in major project delivery”. Meet the team. Ed Lawson, Conference Director Tel: 0207 728 3954 ed.lawson@emap.com. Rob Lozowski Event Director Tel: 0207 728 4513 rob.lozowski@emap.com.

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The Rail Hub Presentation to the Rail Alliance Rob Lozowski – Event Director

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  1. The Rail Hub Presentation to the Rail Alliance Rob Lozowski – Event Director “Achieving more for less in major project delivery”

  2. Meet the team • Ed Lawson, Conference Director • Tel: 0207 728 3954 ed.lawson@emap.com • Rob Lozowski • Event Director • Tel: 0207 728 4513 rob.lozowski@emap.com • Dorothee Petreit • Senior Marketing Executive • Tel: 0207 728 3958 dorothee.petereit@emap.com • Jos Henrit • Account Manager • Tel: 0207 728 4624 • joseph.henrit@emap.com • Daniel McAlpin • Account Manager • Tel: 0207 728 4659 • daniel.mcalpin@emap.com • Susan Miller • Operations Manager • Tel: 0207 728 4202 • susan.miller@emap.com

  3. Floorplan – Hall 3a

  4. Welcome to The Infrastructure Show • The Infrastructure Show (TIS) is the UK’s leading exhibition and conference dedicated to civil engineering projects in the infrastructure and utilities sector – long successful history. • TIS is delivered in partnership with the leading clients in each of the key infrastructure construction markets and the New Civil Engineer • Utilities, Roads, Airports and Rail are the core markets • The clients attend to identify innovations that can help them solve the problems they face in delivering complex world class infrastructure with shrinking budgets and ever greater environmental sensitivities. • Launched in 2010, TIS attracted nearly 3,000 visitors including many of the highest value procurement and senior management teams from the leading clients and consultants.

  5. Results from TIS 2010 • Power Buyers attend TIS • Civil engineers, consultants and contractors support show • Clients Delighted with Results • Crossrail, Network Rail, BAA, Thames Water to return in 2011 • Positive Feedback from Visitors • “The show is essential for practicing professionals to keep up to date with new ideas, technology and materials” • PT – British Waterways • “Seminar programme was high quality in terms of speakers, content and up-to-date” • Project Manager - Carillion • “It was a very thought provoking show and gave me lots of ideas for improving our business and developing contacts” • AR – Turner and Townsend • “A valuable and interesting day - well worth the trip from London” • Scheme Project Manager - TFL • Strong Rebookings for 2011 • More than 80exhibitors have already signed up for 2011

  6. What’s New for The Infrastructure Show 2011? • TIS is now a standalone exhibition at the NEC • Exhibition expected to be 10% bigger than 2010 • NCE editor Antony Oliver to drive seminar programmes • Keynote stage to host the big hitting speakers • Hubs to be expanded / rolling programme of events • Big focus on renewable energy and lowering carbon Anthony Oliver, Editor, NCE

  7. Exhibitors To Date Confirmed exhibitors at TIS 2011 include:

  8. Rail Hub Seminar Content in 2011 Andy Mitchell of Crossrail addresses a packed Rail Hub at The Infrastructure Show 2010

  9. 20m 3m 2 14 7 5m 6m STAGE Ta 9 SEATING 8 m 2m 40m 4 4m 6m 3m

  10. Client Partners • Clients are at the heart of TIS. These clients manage the contractor and consultant supply chains that drive the industry. Enormous annual expenditure. • Clients exhibit because they want you to bring your innovations to their attention. Why? Because they have to deliver exceptional things in tight timescales, with shrinking budgets. You may be able to help. • Don’t just take our word for it: • “Our senior programme directors and supply chain procurement teams will be present at the event to listen and learn” • Kim Coulson – programme development manager, Network Rail • “We had a very good show, and we received excellent feedback from suppliers and institutions alike” • Sarah Goodburn, Communications Manager, Crossrail

  11. The Rail Hub – Building on Success • The Rail Hub was the strongest and best attended of all the Hubs in 2010 • Keynote sessions on Crossrail and Network Rail projects were standing room only • The Hub was constantly busy over three days – with clients delighted with the results. • Network Rail and Crossrail are back again bigger and more committed than ever before. TIS is the only exhibition Crossrail will be at in 2011. £4bn being spent over the next 18 months! • We are speaking to HS2 and LUL to partner with them to ensure all the key issues are covered Picture of Rail Hub at its busiest

  12. The TIS/Rail Alliance Partnership • The Rail Alliance believes TIS is a unique platform for SMEs to engage major clients, TOC’s contractors and consultants • TIS offers and Rail Alliance members unique discounts on stand space • TIS works very closely with the Rail Alliance executive to generate PR for members • Rail Alliance advise TIS on seminar content that will attract the right visitors to attend

  13. The Offer to Rail Alliance Members Members of the Rail Alliance benefit from exclusive value adds from TIS: Standard exhibiting rate - £341/sqm Rail Alliance members rate - £200/sqm

  14. Rail Hub Seminar Content in 2011 Content is focussed around the three days of the event Day 1. Crossrail Day 2. Network Rail Day 3. High Speed Rail Most sessions are 25 minute presentations made by a single presenter. Presentations are on the hour, five each day. Some sessions are panel discussions of 3-5 people lasting 40 minutes. Last year one day was chaired by Colin of the Rail Alliance. Discussions will be moderated by Antony Oliver of New Civil Engineer, or another industry commentator. All content is free to attend. There is no similar opportunity in the event calendar, and there are no other chances to meet the three biggest rail clients and contractors all in one defined space over three days.

  15. Rail Hub Seminar Content in 2011 • Programme directors, procurement managers and senior strategic figures will present on areas such as • Latest news on company structure and changes to processes that affect suppliers • Planned upgrades and projects that will be tendered • Procurement methodology, strategy and goals • Solutions required and problems they would like the supply chain to help solve • Efficiency and value for money targets • Strategy to move to sustainable construction and low carbon • There’s an opportunity to informally meet, develop relationships, ask questions and betterunderstandmajorinfluencers from the rail industry. Speakers are encouraged to spend part or all of the day engaging with the supply chain.

  16. Integrated Marketing Campaign 2011 • The Infrastructure Show is supported by an unrivalled integrated marketing campaign: • Direct mail • Sent to 70,000 contacts • Email • Sent to over 400,000 contacts • PR & Advertising • Adverts and editorial will feature in the core trade publications including NCE, The Rail Engineer, Tunnelling Journal, The Engineer, Professional Engineering and more. • Social Media • LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook

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