Book Your Seat at the Annual Investing in African Mining Indaba
It’s that time of year again, the annual Investing in African Mining Indaba is just around the corner. Held in Cape Town, this event is instrumental in aiding the continual growth of mining interests in Africa. This indaba draws the most influential mining minds from across the globe to further growth within the African mining sector. Taking place from the 6th to the 9th of February 2017, the conference will be held at Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC). For those already active in the mining industry, attendance is not even an option, it is a must. You can even register on site, so there’s no excuse not to be there.
Investment, Investment, Investment
The focus of the Investing in African Mining Indaba is without doubt investment. Experts from every corner of the industry will discuss important issues and look for ways to increase the long-term investments from which the industry will continue to benefit for the foreseeable future. This is the place for idea sharing, innovation and collective goals to be addressed.
Growing the African Mining Industry One Connection at a Time
In the interest of growing and strengthening connections within the African mining industry, delegates will be given the opportunity to rub shoulders with and attend talks by up to 24 ministers, 29 investors and 27 mining experts. In addition, the Investing in African Mining Indaba has a business matchmaking programme where possible opportunities for companies are identified and matches between them are made based on common interests.
The Who’s Who of African Mining
People like Mosebenzi Zwane, the South African minister of mineral resources; Jacques Erasmus, the global head of mining at KPMG; Dr Dambisa Moyo, macroeconomist and Mark Cutifani, chief executive officer of Anglo American are set to share their insights.
Opportunity for Junior Miners
For those in the industry who are looking for investors, the Mining Indaba Investment Battlefield has called for project submissions. The aim of the competition is to identify the best emerging companies for investors to invest in. New projects will be pitched by 16 mining companies, each will vie for investor support while receiving live feedback from the expert judging panel.
The Investing in African Mining Indaba Sponsors
In the interest of industry growth, there are several organisations, companies and governments which have helped to sponsor the event. The governments of Canada and Australia, the department for our International Trade and our Department of Mineral Resources have been key in the organisation of this event.
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