Community Rail Network is excited to announce a new partnership with media production and events company TeamBA.
Set up in 2017, TeamBA has built a reputation as the go-to media creation and events management company who understand the rail industry. Their clients include several train operators and they have already collaborated with community rail partnerships across the UK, helping them to promote their messages to wider audiences.
Through the new partnership, TeamBA will provide up to 50 hours of filmmaking, graphic design, event management, production, and AV support, as well as discounted rates on specialist event equipment, to assist Community Rail Network members with their events and communications and raising the profile of community rail.
Sarah Chilton, director of communications and policy at Community Rail Network, said: “Community rail partnerships and station groups work at a grassroots level, leading on innovative projects that bring people together, widen access to rail and put stations and railways at the centre of community life. It is vital that our members not only shout about their fantastic work engaging communities with rail travel, but also promote the positive impact their work is having on communities through focused marketing, events, and communications work.
“We are delighted to be embarking on this new partnership with TeamBA, drawing on their extensive media expertise to showcase community rail in creative and interactive ways, raising its profile at a national level.”
Luke Bodin, managing director at TeamBA, said: “We are very excited to join forces with Community Rail Network. I have always been inspired by the work done by community groups across the UK, and we have already been fortunate to help community rail partnerships promote the great work they do. This is what inspired us to partner with Community Rail Network – to provide the ability for more groups to showcase the great work they do. Our goal is to play a small part in helping amplify the impact of community rail initiatives across Britain.”
To find out more about Community Rail Network’s partners and supporters, click here.
For more information about TeamBA, visit https://teamba.co.uk/.