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About the conference

The 2019 Copper to the World is a forum where you will make business connections, share technical insights, learn new technologies and, most importantly, discuss the latest ideas on the future for copper.

You will hear from international and national industry leaders on:

  • Current international trends and market demand for copper
  • The latest innovations that will drive productivity
  • Emerging opportunities to develop the copper sector
  • Data analytics to unlock your mineral assets
  • Benefits of diversification for your business

Who should attend

  • National and international copper mining and METS companies
  • National and international exploration companies
  • Investors in the resources industry
  • State and national government resources departments
  • Resources focused academic and research institutions

2018 Copper to the World conference
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Conference - Tuesday 18 June

Adelaide Convention Centre 8.00 am – 6.00 pm
Earlybird fee $200 - paid before 10 April 2019
Students fee $100
Full fee $250 - paid from 11 April 2019

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Associated activities

Masterclass sessions - Monday 17 June

(optional, spaces limited)
Tonsley Precinct, 10.00 am – 4.30 pm
$50 attendance fee
Two concurrent sessions
Masterclass 1 - European insights and experiences on mining innovation  
Masterclass 2 - Engaging Aboriginal contractors in mining operations – with AEMEE (Aboriginal Enterprises in Mining, Energy and Exploration Ltd)

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Welcome reception - Monday 17 June

(optional, spaces limited)
South Australian Museum, 6.00 pm – 8.00 pm
$50 attendance fee

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