In response to COVID-19, Mines and Money’s leading international event series for capital-raising and mining investment is moving its popular Energy Mines and Money event online.

The three-day virtual event will run from 23-25 June and offers investors and senior management teams of mining companies the opportunity to continue to connect, meet and discuss project updates and share current presentations virtually.

Miners, investors, financiers and industry professionals will be able to network, hear market analysis, compare investment opportunities, share knowledge, discuss, debate and most importantly do business.

Anita Richards, Managing Director of Mines and Money said that “Participants will be able to log in online to listen to keynote presentations, panel discussions and pitch battles. Participate in high quality face-to-face video meetings with the Mines and Money Connect meeting platform and attend casual and formal networking events without having to leave their home, or their desk.”

The event is in partnership with the Queensland Government, who support investment growth in Queensland’s energy and mining sectors by promoting resource investment opportunities across the State. Queensland’s energy and mining industries employ thousands of locals, particularly in regional areas, while creating export revenue and wealth for all Australians.

“Queensland has a proven track record as an investment destination for resources companies from around the world, and we remain rich in coal, gas and the critical minerals which will build a renewables future,” Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said.

Live editions of this event have been significant to the state with 2019 attracting more than $1.7B of investment funds to Brisbane and by moving the events online, investors are no longer constrained by geographic bounds, so participants will benefit from a much larger international audience with investors from Hong Kong, China, Singapore, Japan and Australia.

The resources industry will gain considerable value from this investment forum, as will the broader community through flow-on benefits such as employment, infrastructure and building capacity through training and skills development, aiding in the economic recovery.

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