International Copper Conference 2019

From 11-Mar-2019 To 13-Mar-2019 at Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel, Amsterdam,Netherlands

Connecting the global copper value chain to foster growth Metal Bulletin organized International Copper Conference 2019 on 11th to 13th March’ 2019 in Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Highlights

Connecting the global copper value chain to foster growth
 
The copper market is looking up. The growth in green energy, especially the booming Electric Vehicle market, has led to an increase in the demand for copper. However, a lack of new mines and stricter environmental regulations could limit the market’s ability to meet that demand. 
In this environment, do you know where the biggest investment opportunities are, where demand is growing the fastest and how you can translate that into growth for your business?
 
Key topics:
Global copper supply, trade & pricing
The challenges facing global mining companies
Investing in growth and harnessing opportunities in consumer markets
The impact of Electric Vehicle market growth on copper
The EU and Brexit – what’s in store for copper?
 
Why attend?
Meet 170+ senior decision makers from across the value chain to build new business relationships and develop existing ones
Make sure you understand how new technological and market developments will impact your bottom line
Find out from industry experts where the biggest opportunities lie and how you can capitalize on them
 
Who attends?
Copper producers, including senior decision makers from mines, smelters, refiners and semis fabricators
Portfolio directors from investment funds and bank financiers
Representatives from the automotive, construction, infrastructure, energy and equipment supply sectors
High-level metals and mining analysts and advisers

Event Details :

Address: Renaissance Amsterdam Hotel, Amsterdam, Netherlands
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