November 7, 2022 - How to sum up IMARC 2022?
Firstly, the highlights, IMARC welcomed in excess of 7800 delegates from more than 110 countries to Sydney collaborate on trends in mining, investment, and innovation towards a sustainable future.
From skill shortages and supply chain constraints to the global energy transition and the essential role of mining in a decarbonised world, to the mining and extractive industry’s role in the global transition to green energy and decarbonisation – IMARC covered a gamut of current and highly topical issues.
With a keen focus on the industry’s ESG practices via a series of showcase panels discussing the evolution of ESG from a range of different perspectives, IMARC 2022 really shone a spotlight on the big challenges and opportunities facing the sector and witnessed hundreds of key conversations around trends in mining, investment, and innovation towards a sustainable future.
Anita Richards, COO of Beacon Events said “Mining has never been more essential. A decarbonised global economy depends on it, and as a truly global event, IMARC is all about bringing together industry, government, and community leaders from all over the world to lead the conversations the world needs for a clean energy future. Equally, IMARC has firmly established itself as THE place to be when it comes to the important conversation about the future of the critical mining and resources sector…. We are proud to be able to continue to facilitate the important conversation about the future of mining right in the heart of Australia’s global city and are already planning for IMARC 2023 in Sydney from 31 October to 2 November.