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Beacon Events have announced the rescheduled dates for the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC), to be held in Melbourne, Victoria, from October 17-19, 2022.

With international borders set to reopen in the coming weeks, there is an expectation that by October 2022 there will be greater travel freedoms globally, allowing for the conference to attract a large domestic and international audience in-person once again.

The organisers look forward to welcoming back the international community and celebrating with them in Melbourne.

Isuzu, Newtrax Technologies, Murray Engineering, Australasian Metals have already confirmed their support and participation for IMARC in October 2022, in addition to major sponsors Caterpillar, Toronto Stock Exchange and Sandvik.

“We expect with a nearly sold-out event being moved to October 2022, that IMARC will near double its footprint with over 400 exhibitors,” said IMARC Managing Director Anita Richards.

The IMARC team continues to build content and themes to attract to attract global leaders from across the mining, investment, and METS communities across the value chain.

Leading into October 2022, CEO’s that were due to speak within the conference plenary in January will take part in a series of virtual interviews and keynote presentations as part of a brand new IMARC Insights series. Providing an opportunity for attendees to stay up to date with the latest announcements and industry changes.

IMARC appreciates the continued patronage and support of its Founding Partners, the Victorian Government, Austmine, AusIMM and Mines and Money, as well as the mining and resources sector and look forward to bringing the industry together once again from October 17-19, 2022.

Quotes attributable to IMARC’s founding partners

"Australia’s largest annual mining and resources event, the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC), returns to Melbourne in 2022 to connect local businesses with the global resources sector. IMARC 2022 will promote sustainable development and increased community confidence in the sector while showcasing Victoria’s resource potential and business support capabilities to global leaders in mining” said John Krbaleski Head of Resources, Department of Jobs Precincts and Regions.

“After what has been far too long, we look forward to seeing everyone at IMARC in October 2022. There is no doubt that we will all be excited to be back together again under the IMARC banner and see the latest innovations, learn from a fantastic line-up of speakers and experience what will be Australia’s premier mining event in 2022. See you at IMARC!” stated Austmine CEO, Christine Gibbs Stewart.

AusIMM CEO Stephen Durkin said "AusIMM is looking forward to reconnecting with our global community of mining at IMARC this October. The resilience of our industry and our resources professionals will be on show at this year's event. IMARC will be an opportunity to share knowledge, network with peers, and discuss how we can all continue to drive sustainable value for our stakeholders."

“We are working in close collaboration with IMARC to continue to host the co-located Mines and Money @ IMARC, and we will be bringing the largest ever contingent of mining companies and investors to Melbourne this October” stated Mines and Money’s Global Head of Mining, Mike Hill.