This year's 1-2-1 Mining Investmestment Conference saw more than 30 production, development and exploration companies met leading institutional investors, financiers and analysts from China, and the wider APAC region.
The 1-2-1 Mining Investment Conference's primary goal is to connect investors and companies and, while focusing on mining, it also touched on various issues such as resource efficiencies, appraisal of opportunities, and a wide range of economic or financial insights in the production, development, and exploration.
The event also offered an opportunity for investors to sit down with specific companies aligned with their business interests. In the previous meeting, the event attracted more than 350 companies who had the opportunity to network with more than 1400 investors who were also in attendance. With superb networking opportunities such as these, this is set to become one event that all investors and companies in the mining industry should try not to miss out.
It is said that there is power in connecting to people who are active in your line of work, and this is certainly what the 1-2-1 mining conference in Hong Kong offers. As in previous years, the conference presented several experienced speakers. Headed by the president and partner of the Global Mining Capital Keith Spence and APAC resources investment manager John Ellis. As well as many other investors and mining companies across the globe, Greg Fournier, Chief executive & head of Investment Banking, CIBC was also on hand to provide excellent insights.
The attendants not only benefit from the superior matchmaking experience that effectively brings together sophisticated investors and mining companies, but they also gained from the tried and tested formula of bringing together investors and companies to discuss trends and business opportunities. It is also important to note that only the qualified companies and investors were allowed to attend, and this gives great assurance on value for time and money. Apart from the above benefits, companies and investors flock to this event to take advantage of the free registration fee.
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