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IMARC offers complimentary expo passes in 2022


Australian Mining is excited to partner with IMARC and is offering free expo passes until Friday, December 10. Claim yours now or miss out on the industry’s best chance to network and learn about mining in 2022. 

As lockdown rules ease and borders reopen, planning for the International Mining and Resources Conference (IMARC) is firmly back on track for the rescheduled dates of January 31 to February 2, 2022.

As the first industry event in the 2022 calendar, kick off the new year at IMARC, in the sunshine and in-person, enjoying the best that Melbourne has to offer in the summer.

Melbourne has long enjoyed the status of being one of the world’s most liveable cities. Hosting IMARC in the summer allows attendees to make the most of the outdoors, with increased outdoor networking, food trucks and dining all surrounded by an outdoor exhibition area showcasing some impressive heavy equipment giving you the room to spread out in a COVID safe way. View the floorplan.

Whilst the event may look different, the heart of IMARC continues to be the drive to bring people together. IMARC 2021 is on course to do exactly that with 185 companies confirmed to exhibit including 75 mining companies, more than ever seen before at the event.

Visotirs will hear from some of the greatest leaders in the mining, investment, and technology industries with a conference program both in-person and online that covers all aspects of the mining supply chain. Download the latest conference program.

With over 70 hours of networking opportunities at this year’s event there will be ample opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the greatest leaders in mining including:

  • Johan van Jaarsveld, Chief Development Officer, BHP
  • Sandeep Biswas, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Newcrest Mining
  • Wendy Holdenson, Chief Operating Officer, Mitsui & Co (Australia)
  • Troy Hey, Executive General Manager – Corporate Relations, MMG
  • Rohitesh Dhawan, Chief Executive Officer, ICMM
  • James Agar, Group Procurement Officer, BHP
  • Mark Cutifani, Chief Executive Officer, Anglo American
  • Lisa Ali, Chief People & Sustainability Officer, Newcrest Mining
  • Rt The Hon. Helen Clark, Chair, Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (EITI)
  • Ian Hamm, Chair, First Nations Foundation
  • Tom Palmer, President & Chief Executive Officer, Newmont
  • Chris Griffith, Chief Executive Officer, Gold Fields
  • Joanne Woo, Global Vice President, Division Head of Marketing & Communications, ABB
  • Tony Makuch, President and Chief Executive Officer, Kirkland Lake Gold
  • Michael Nossal, Chair, IGO
  • Robyn Dittrich, Vice President, Procurement – Technology, Communities & Enterprise, BHP

As one of the premier mining conferences on the global calendar, IMARC is excited to bring you this new look event, in summer and with all the connections Australia has grown to expect albeit with some pandemic tweaks.

Register today and save 10 per cent on delegate passes with the discount code AUSMINING at

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