This year features a brand-new outdoor exhibition space, allowing us to showcase bigger and better machinery and equipment than ever before. Alongside a brand new theatre bringing METS Arena #LIVE to the floor. To make way for this exciting growth, we are moving to the Melbourne Showgrounds for 2021.
IMARC 2021 has been listed on the Schedule of Approved Business Events for the Australian Government’s $50 million Business Events Grants program providing financial support to participate at exhibitions, conferences, and conventions.
Despite the challenges we have all faced in 2020, we saw industry come together for what was another record-breaking year for IMARC. View the post event report for detailed analysis on the people that attended IMARC Online in 2020.
BHP, Glencore, Anglo American, IGO, MMG are just some of the 815 mining companies that attended our last event.
Thousands of people from the global mining and resources community attended IMARC.
With insights from more than 300 speakers at the last IMARC, we understand if you didn't get the chance to watch them all. Catch up on all the presentations here.
Thank you to everyone who joined us for the first IMARC Online, we hope you will join us again when the event returns to Melbourne 25-27 October 2021.
The IMARC Connect meeting platform takes the work out of networking. With a fully integrated video system, you can connect and meet face-to-face with potential customers from anywhere in the world without having to leave your home, or your desk.
Every year IMARC attracts decision makers, mining leaders, policy makers, investors, commodity buyers, technical experts, innovators and educators from more than 100 countries. IMARC is the only place you can meet the entire industry with more than 65 hours of networking opportunities.
Hear from leaders in the mining industry who are tackling the big challenges and working through solutions facing our industry today. Discussing global and national trends, you’ll get a macro outlook of the industry, and learn about mining’s role in the global economic recovery post COVID-19.