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Mexico Mining Forum Goes Digital on Feb. 10, 11

By Cas Biekmann | Mon, 01/18/2021 - 15:09

Mexico Mining Forum, the country’s quintessential industry summit, will take place on Feb. 10 and 11, 2021. Concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic remain as relevant as they were last year, so our 2021 edition will move to the digital sphere, where Mexico Oil & Gas Summit has already set a successful precedent.

Mexico Mining Forum has established itself as one of the leading annual conferences for the mining sector over the past decade. The event has become a reference in the calendar for mining professionals doing business in Mexico and looking to push the sector forward.

Networking will remain an essential part of the summit, which is why Mexico Mining Forum will use an AI-powered networking platform to facilitate thousands of e-business meetings. Adopting the latest technologies will bring benefits to attendees and panelists alike, creating a connection that will surpass any hurdles experienced at face-to-face events. Mexico Mining Forum’s networking opportunities will be powered by 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.

Of course, the summit features the same dynamic and insightful program as always, highlighting projects that showcase excellence and setting the tone for 2021’s mining priorities. Mexico’s premier mining companies have already joined the fold. Notable examples include Newmont’s intervention on Feb. 10, when the company will outline its best ESG practices at the successful Peñasquito mine. Other important players joining the event include Peñoles, Grupo México, Agnico Eagle and Argonaut Gold.

Mexico Mining Forum benefits from strategic alliances with important clusters and associations, such as the Chihuahua Mining Cluster, the Society for Mining, Metallurgy & Exploration and the Sonora Mining Cluster.

Do not miss the opportunity to attend. You can still benefit from the early bird rate until Jan. 20 at MX$6,500 plus VAT. After this date, the conference rate is set at MX$7,500 plus VAT. Visit Mexico Business Events’ website to register now.

Cas Biekmann Cas Biekmann Journalist and Industry Analyst