Mexico Mining Forum and PDAC Will Go DigitalBy MBN Staff | Tue, 09/22/2020 - 16:59
Times of uncertainty open up unforeseen opportunities. The COVID-19 outbreak has presented event organizers with innovative digital solutions that will completely change how networking is carried out. Mexico Mining Forum and PDAC are two cases in point.
Mexico Mining Forum is the prime meeting place for national and global players shaping Mexico’s mining sector. This event provides an invaluable opportunity for industry experts to discuss topics of mutual interest in an effective and targeted networking platform. The main topics under discussion have been chosen after extensive consultation with insiders as those that will help investors better understand present and future opportunities in Mexico’s mining industry.
Mexico Mining Forum’s sixth edition will take place in a virtual setting in 2021. The event will feature trailblazing technology like Brella, an artificial intelligence application that brings the right people together to maximize business opportunities. The smart version of Mexico Mining Forum will surely deliver eye-opening outlooks to all industry stakeholders.
PDAC also announced that its annual convention will be held entirely virtual in 2021 for the first time in its 89-year history. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect travel and major gatherings, the decision to move forward with a virtual event offers a safe and innovative solution for the industry to access the opportunities provided by the traditional in-person convention in Toronto.
“We are excited to adapt the PDAC Convention by offering a fully virtual experience to participants for the first time,” said PDAC Executive Director, Lisa McDonald. “The PDAC Convention plays a vital role in keeping the global mineral exploration and mining community connected. That is more important than ever as our members, exhibitors, sponsors, attendees and partners overcome challenges presented by the global health crisis,” she added.
“We are encouraged by the prospect of reaching an even greater number of international attendees who may not be able to attend our event in person,” remarked Felix Lee, PDAC President.