Mines and Money Online Connect brings together miners, investors, financiers, and industry professionals to network, hear market analysis, compare investment opportunities, share knowledge, discuss, debate and most importantly do business, all in a virtual and online format.

The 72-hour event offers senior management teams of mining companies the opportunity to continue to connect and meet face-to-face with carefully qualified investors from institutional funds, private equity groups, family offices and private investors to discuss project updates and share presentations virtually.

Wherever you are working from, you will be able to log in online to listen to keynote presentations, panel discussions and pitch battles. Participate in lucrative video meetings and connect with the leaders of the global mining and investment community without having to leave your home, or your desk.




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Active global investors, waiting for you

As the events are online, investors are not constrained by geographic bounds, so you will benefit from a far wider pool of investors. In addition to meeting our London, Australian and Hong Kong based investor networks, you will also be able to connect with funds from the EU, Canada, Switzerland and South Africa.

Lucrative meetings. Valuable business partnerships

Our bespoke meeting platform will help you to schedule lucrative meetings by recommending pre-qualified investors that are relevant to you and your projects. The Mines and Money Online concierge will then work closely with you to ensure you have a jam-packed calendar of meetings. The meeting platform is open 24 hours a day so you can take meetings in your time zone. Mining companies that participated in our events in 2020, averaged 21 meetings each over a three-day event.

Take advantage of this unique opportunity; get involved now.

From accessing content, to scheduling meetings and delivering presentations, there are a number of ways you can get involved in Mines and Money Online Connect.

How It Works

In four simple steps, you will identify the right investors, and schedule lucrative meetings, leading to more deals and opportunities.

Confirm your attendance

Upon confirming your attendance at one of our events, we will ask you a number of questions about your projects that will enable us to match you with relevant investors.

All investors go through a strict vetting and qualification process to ensure you only meet high quality investors.

Receive recommendations

Our bespoke meeting platform algorithm will recommend pre-qualified investors that are relevant to you and your projects.

You will also have the power to search investors by type, commodities, project stages, regions and stock exchanges of interest.

Or you can find investors based on the size of their assets under management, typical investment size or location.

Confirm your schedule

Our investor concierge team will work with you to help schedule your meetings, ensuring you have a jam-packed calendar.

Mining corporates that attend our events average 21 meetings per three-day event.

Attend meetings

Meet face-to-face with investors with a fully integrated video system open 24 hours a day, you won't even have to leave your home, or your desk.

You can connect, meet and discuss project updates and share presentations virtually, from anywhere in the world.

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