Chantelle Kotze claims that “Not only will this be the 25th anniversary of the event, but it is also the year in which the implementation of the event’s turnaround strategy, aimed at taking the event back to its investment roots, will truly begin to bear fruit”.
Mining Indaba, Director of content Harry Chapman, claims that “We have spent the past two years turning the ship around and have finally started driving it forward”, are actively recording the main focus of event of being the world’s biggest investment of mining are providing the access to the funds for the African companies of mining.
To carry out the strategy of a turnaround, the team of the event is making the substantial signs of progress whirling Mining Indaba in the conference of investment. Chapman claims that, “Proof of this is in the number of exhibiting mining companies, which has increased significantly” and records the rise in attendance from mining company delegates and the increase in the international analysts and investors.
The main effort of Mining Indaba is about promoting the investment and making the deal in Africa, where Chapman claims the theme of 2019 “Championing Africa’s sustainable economic growth” will provide delegates the platform around which to discuss the issue of sustainability in mining and support the industry in its drive to creating a sustainable mining industry of the future.
Sustainability Development Day is providing the platform for discussions over the role of diversity, local communities and inclusion in the mining segment and about offering the opportunity for discussing disruptive and developed sustainability-driven inventions in the mining industry.
In the year 2018, Junior Mining Showcase was launched by Mining Indaba – area for, investors and dealmakers to interact and meet. The main reason that many of the investors are attending the conference for learning about the exciting opportunities for investment is developed by the mining companies in Africa.