We are pleased to announce the launch of our new and exclusive panel with Railway Strategies where we will be giving members of the rail industry the chance to get their voices heard on all the latest hot topics.
From past experience, we know that what makes each panel a success is its members. And that’s why we need you on board. Our current panels with Utility Week and Transport Times consist of a diverse group of people and we’re always on the look-out for new members. Having opinions from across the sector helps build up an accurate account of what is going on in the industry and the way decisions affect each individual area.
Rail topics are certainly dominating the headlines, with the constant updates and changes to HS2 proposals right through to the winter weather creating havoc for the rail network. It doesn’t matter what the issue is, the panel is designed to provide information to those in authority on how things could be made better, simpler and more effective.
The great thing about the research panel is that we are open to new ideas being provided by our panel members. This is a people’s panel, and we strongly believe we need to be addressing the issues that are pressing to you and not just what the media sets out for its agenda.
Speaking about the upcoming panel, Martin Collier at Railway Strategies said: “We receive a lot of research based news stories, but what’s great about the panel is the research findings comes from our readers. We can set the agenda and look in more depth at some of the topics affecting the rail industry, both now and in the future.”
So why not get involved? All you need to do to join the panel is email firstname.lastname@example.org with your details. Once you have signed up you will automatically be sent the bi-monthly questionnaire. All responses will be kept anonymous unless you express your consent to be quoted within Railway Strategies.
The panel is expected to start at the beginning of next year, so what better New Year’s resolution to make than to stand up and have your voice counted in the industry.