With over 70 hours of networking, there will be ample opportunity for you to meet thousands of decision makers, mining leaders, policy makers, investors, commodity buyers, technical experts, innovators, and educators from more than 100 countries.
As a hybrid event, you can expect more meetings, more connections and to meet more international attendees than ever before.
The IMARC Gala Dinner will host the who's who in mining on Wednesday the 27th of October. Celebrating mining excellence and outstanding achievements in the METS and mining sectors, it is the ideal place to host your clients and network with industry's key players.
Each day of the event concludes with a delegate networking reception in one of the lounges on the exhibition floor. This is the place to meet exhibitors, speakers and attendees all in the one place over a casual drink.
A series of networking functions that run during the week of IMARC, and hosted by IMARC's founding partners the Victorian Government, Austmine, AusIMM and Mines and Money.
As a hybrid event, you can expect more meetings, more connections and to meet more international attendees than ever before with an interactive program that includes daily virtual networking functions, private video meetings, and live Q&A. Interact with our speakers and take part in a live chat to connect with attendees from around the globe.
Easily navigate your way around the event from the palm of your hand, with information about speakers, sessions, and the location of sponsors and exhibitors. You will also be able to participate in live Q&A and polls during presentations, as well as access your meeting schedule at your fingertips.
Free for all delegates to attend.
A dedicated program for Students, Graduates and Young Professionals. Providing an opportunity for our future workforce and practitioners to meet and be inspired by a range of diverse professionals at a fast-paced, global event, so they recognise where they can make their mark.
Austmine Meet the Miners® fosters closer collaboration and connection between mining and METS organisations, opening dialogue around operational needs and challenges and providing suppliers with a greater understanding of the current and future priorities of their major buyers.