Frequently asked questions

Find out the answers to frequently asked IMARC questions.

Question: Is IMARC going ahead in 2020?

In response to COVID-19, IMARC 2020 has been postponed to 26-28 October 2021.

To help the industry stay safe and stay connected, we have launched IMARC Online which will run from 24-27 November 2020 with Mines and Money Online Connect Co-located from 1 to 3 December 2020.

Question: How will IMARC Online work?

IMARC Online’s program will run over several days and global time zones to allow attendees from all over the world to engage. With an Interactive calendar of events, you will be able to curate your own personalised program of keynote presentations, workshops, networking and meetings based on your interests and log in at a time that works for you.

IMARC Online’s interactive program includes all the components you have come to expect from IMARC, including workshops, keynote presentations, networking, face to face meetings, and a dynamic virtual EXPO hall; showcasing the latest mining projects, technology and innovations, and international governments displaying the best their region has to offer.

In addition, we will welcome a series of co-located events including the popular IMARC METS Arena #LIVE, Mines and Money [email protected], and Mines and Money Online Connect.

Log in online to listen to presentations, panel discussions and pitch battles. Participate in lucrative face-to-face video meetings using the IMARC Connect meeting platform and attend casual and formal networking events from wherever you are in the world, without having to leave your home, or your desk.

See the interactive calendar of events here.

Question: What measures are being taken to ensure online security?

Please note that whilst we have implemented best practice security measures for this global online event, we still require your cooperation in this regard.

We are asking all sponsors, exhibitors, and attendees to remain vigilant when replying to any emails received. Please ensure you only reply to verified & known email addresses.

The most common security threat would be receipt of an email from a fraudulent account, commonly referred to as a Phishing Email.

Examples of characteristics of a Phishing email include:

  • The email makes unrealistic threats or demands e.g.: reply now or your login will be cancelled
  • There is a catch e.g.: you may be asked to send money for expenses or fees
  • Poor spelling or grammar e.g.: replacing letters with numbers and symbols
  • A mismatched URL e.g.: ensure any hyperlinked addresses match the embedded link
  • You are asked for sensitive information e.g.: request for a password or credit card details

If you believe you have received a “Phishing” email or link, please follow this procedure:

  • Do not click any link or reply to the email in question
  • Take a screenshot of the email you have received
  • Send an email with the screenshot attached to our security team via [email protected]

Beware of Scammers

Please beware of people offering to sell any of our event delegate lists, either for Mines and Money or IMARC. We would like to reassure you that we do not sell our data to third parties and that this is a scam. We urge you not to give out credit card details or other information to anyone contacting you offering to sell details of attendees to our events.

For more information, please refer to our privacy policy.

Pre-event please check IMARC Online for the most up to date security information.

Note the only active websites for this event are:

imarcglobal.com

imarconline.com

imarcmelbourne.com

Question: How much does a delegate pass cost for IMARC Online 2020?

There are a number of ticket options available for IMARC Online, from free passes through to premium delegate passes.

Click here for pricing and ticket inclusions.

Question: Does my IMARC Online ticket give me access to the co-located Mines and Money Online Connect?

Yes, your selected pass provides access to both the IMARC Online and Mines and Money Online Connect presentations.

However, please note that only investors will be able to request meetings with Mining Corporates during the Mines and Money Online Connect event days.

Click here for pricing and ticket inclusions.

Question: How can I find out more about becoming a sponsor or exhibitor?

IMARC Online provides a platform for your business to establish thought leadership, reinforce your brand position, generate valuable leads, build new relationships and make lasting connections.

With the world’s borders locked down, IMARC Online will connect you to current and potential new customers from all over the world through powerful and seamless online technology.

Find out more about Sponsoring or Exhibiting here or see our Sponsor & Exhibitor F.A.Q.s

Question: How can I become a speaker for IMARC Online?

You can register your interest in becoming a speaker by contacting us here.

Question: What do I do if I have booked as a sponsor or exhibitor for IMARC 2020 and want more information?

Click here to connect with your key account manager and request a time for a call to discuss.

Our Managing Director and Event Director Anita Richards is available to join you on a call as well please click here to request a call back.

Question: What do I do if I am a speaker at IMARC 2020 and want more information?

Click here to connect with our Conference Director, Sherene Asnasyous who will be able to answer your questions.

Question: What other opportunities are available for me to connect with industry during this unprecedented time?

During this time, we continue to connect our customers across the world. Our IMARC team including Founding Partners AusIMM, Austmine, Mines and Money and the Victorian Government are working hard to deliver digital platforms and content for our up and coming events in order to keep you and your global networks informed and connected.

Click on the links below to view the opportunities;

Question: I would like more information on becoming an AusIMM member, who can I talk to?

All relevant information on becoming an AusIMM member can be found on the AusIMM website.

Question: I would like more information on becoming an Austmine member, who can I talk to?

All relevant information on becoming an Austmine member can be found on the Austmine website.

Question: I would like more information on other Mines and Money events and opportunities, who can I talk to?

Click here to enquire about Mines and Money events.

Question: How is the Victorian Government helping companies in the Mining Sector?

Click here for more information on how the Victorian Government is helping companies in the mining sector.