The RHA is launching ‘Forum For The Future’, which aims to provide road transport operators with the insight, knowledge and tools required for navigating the road ahead.
Taking place on 21 September at The Vox in Birmingham, the event will cover a range of topics including sustainability, alternative fuels, rising costs, recruitment, and mental health.
The event features a range of speakers from across the industry, including Adrian Brabazon, head of the UK Fleet Solutions at BP, on ‘Energy and infrastructure solutions in a low carbon future’; Ashley McCulla, managing director at McCulla Ireland, on ‘Biomethane and our journey to net zero; and Jo Major, founder of Diversity in Recruitment, on ‘How to best attract under-represented talent into the workforce’.
“This is an exciting new venture for the RHA and promises to be a key event in the calendar for members and others who are looking to future-proof their businesses. We have a fantastic line up of sessions planned, each packed with practical advice, insights, and information around some of the main challenges our industry is facing moving forward. You don’t have to be an RHA member to attend, everyone is welcome, but tickets are limited so I urge people to book now to avoid disappointment,” commented Richard Smith, RHA managing director.
Attendees will enjoy a range of refreshments throughout the day, a three-course sit-down lunch, and will have the opportunity to network with industry peers. There will also be a range of exhibitors showcasing latest innovations, fresh ideas and cutting-edge products and services.
Tickets are £100 for members and £150 for non-members (ex VAT), with discounts available for full table purchases.
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