CERBA EURASIA MINING CONFERENCE at PDAC2016

  • Dates:
    Mar 08, 2016
  • Hours:
    From 9:15 AM to 6:00 PM
  • Location:
    Metro Toronto Convention Centre, North Building, Room 205 DC, 255 Front Street West, Toronto, ON
  • Event Type:
    Conference

Contact Information

Julia Tikhomirova, CMP
Deputy Regional Director, Toronto Chapter
First Canadian Place, 100 King Street West, Suite 1600 Toronto, Ontario, Canada M5X 1G5
416 8623527
julia@cerbanet.org
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Event Detail

CERBA, committed to promoting a deep understanding of the Eurasian markets and a thoughtful delivery of quality information, analysis and business intelligence on their investment and business landscape, expects up to 150 speakers and guests to participate in this year's EURASIA MINING CONFERENCE 2016. Experts from business, purchasing, government, diplomatic, consulting, academic and non-profit backgrounds will focus on key trends, constraints and opportunities in Eurasia in the context of today's dynamic global economy.
5 reasons to attend the conference:

- Discover the latest opportunities for investment and export in mining in Eurasia
- Learn how to work more effectively alongside Eurasian governments
- Learn how to raise capital for your mining project
- Hear detailed mining success case studies
- Network with the experts and decision makers of the industry

Among the topics to be discussed at the conference there are:

- Eurasian markets political and economic assessment and regulatory updates
- Economic climate globally and financing options for mining companies
- Evaluating mining investment opportunities
- Mitigating risks and legal aspects of the mining industry
- Spotlight on Kazakhstan: challenges and opportunities in the mining industry
- Uranium market outlook
- New international cooperation projects
- Operational efficiency 
- Innovative solutions for the mining industry

Out of the expected 150 participants, CERBA will be welcoming representatives of leading mining companies, investors, suppliers, Canadian government officials and officials from the most significant mineral producing regions of Eurasia. We look forward to your participation!