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  • Event brochure

    www.nigeriaminingweek.com

    Organised by In partnership with In partnership withHosted by

    MINING & QUARRYING FORUM

    14 – 16 October 2019ABUJA, NIGERIA

    The one event shaping the Nigerian mining landscape

  • www.nigeriaminingweek.com2

    WELCOME FROM MINERS ASSOCIATION OF NIGERIA

    I would like to welcome you all to the 4th edition of the annual Nigeria Mining Week dedicated to mining discourse, interaction and networking for the development of the Nigeria mining industry. It’s a week in which every mining stakeholder in Nigeria and abroad is seen as the vehicle for moving the industry forward and ensuring that the transformation of the industry continues.

    The Nigerian mining industry has witnessed some developments within the last two years, especially in the area of improved funding to the sector to implement the Roadmap for Mining Development and addressing the critical challenges of exploration, geophysical and geosciences data, infrastructure, and minefields surveillance.

    The above has translated into an improved sectoral contribution to the national GDP and generated interest from foreign and indigenous investors to the industry. There’s need to support the Government in the efforts to create the enabling environment for the growth of this promising industry.

    This 4th edition of NMW is structured to be rewarding to all participants; whether you are new to the Nigerian mining industry, a seasoned professional or even, a would-be-miner/investor in the sector; this week of activities will encompass practical business know-how to make your valuable time worth the while in different aspects: Finance Masterclass, international exhibition, two-day strategic conference, SME’s Battlefield competition, mentorship facilitation, technical workshops, networking sessions, solutions and updates on local mining success stories, case studies to promote the country’s mining opportunities and attract investment, exclusive site visit and unlimited connections are some of the key features awaiting participants during the week.

    The new leadership of MAN will equally explore the opportunity of the gathering to drive home its vision of continued engagement with stakeholders to enable conducive environment for improved productivity of the average miner through sourcing of friendly funds and equipment, and addressing the critical challenges of insecurity and harassment bedevilling the industry from hoodlums, host communities and the lower tiers of government.

    We hope you will join us in taking Nigeria into the global mining arena so as to support the country’s steady movement towards economic diversification.

    Alh. Kabir Mohammed Kankara,President, Miners Association of Nigeria.

    NIGERIA MINING WEEK

    WHY NOW?

    A greenfield with 44 mineral types comprising some of the highest grades of minerals of the future.

    The commercial value of Nigeria’s solid minerals has been estimated to run into hundreds of trillions of dollars.

    The government strategy is to re-establish Nigeria as a competitive mining and mineral processing centre returning to the global export market.

    The mining sector is expected to contribute up to 7% to the GDP by 2025 – against 0.3% in 2015.

    * confirmed to date 27/06/2019

    GOLD SPONSOR

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    PREMIER MEDIA PARTNER

    PARTNER

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    WHAT TO EXPECT IN 2019

    180+MINES AND EXPLORATION COMPANIES

    40+SPONSORS AND EXHIBITORS

    75%C-LEVEL ATTENDEES

    1200+ATTENDEES

    1000+BUSINESS CONNECTIONS

    24COUNTRIES REPRESENTED

    Meet and network with key roleplayers in the Nigerian mining space from the

    private and public sectors

    Access available sources of finance Learn more about the latest techniques and services that can increase the productivity of your operations and

    reduce your expenses

    Understand the government’s new plans on implementing of regulations

    and policies involved in investing

    Optimise your presence in an industry set to grow

    Share experiences and voice your perspectives to government

    WHYMake the most of your participation and create your own agenda

    Presidents and Managing Directors

    Managers of Business Units/ Divisions

    Mining and technical experts, engineers and geologists

    Directors and Heads of Business Unit Division

    Financiers, consultants and legal representatives

    Administrators and government representatives

    31%

    30%

    15%

    13%

    6%5%

    WHO WILL BE THEREFind the perfect match by associating your business and activities to your peers

  • WHY ATTEND?

    BE PART OF OUR COMMUNITY AND CONNECT WITH US NOW!

    NIGERIA MINING WEEK @NIGERIAMININGWEEK#NIGERIAMININGWEEK

    NIGERIA MINING WEEK

    2 DAY CONFERENCE

    EXHIBITION VIP TOUR

    The guided expo tour on the exhibition floor will be officiated by Ministry of Mines and Steel Development.

    Providing strategic insights into hot legal and regulatory issues, investment, finance as well as market access and community involvement.

    Delivering all the necessary information and contacts required to invest in mining in Nigeria and access finance.

    The largest mining expo gathering over 40+ solution providers from all over the world in order to modernise mining operations in Nigeria

    15 October

    WELCOME COCKTAIL

    PRE-CONFERENCE AND FINANCE MASTERCLASS

    CEO ROUNDTABLE

    TECHNICAL WORKSHOPS

    Enhancing practical expertise to grow artisanal and small-scale operations with an A to Z mining toolkit.

    * By invitation only15 October

    14 October

    15 October

    15 – 16 October

    15 – 16 October

    15 – 16 October

    SUPPORTING ASSOCIATIONS & GOVERNMENT ORGANISATIONS

    MEDIA PARTNERS

    WHO CAN HELP FINANCE YOUR MINING PROJECT?

    Attend session 0.3 (page 6)

    HOW CAN THE DATA ISSUES BE RESOLVED AND FAST-TRACK INVESTMENT INTO THE SECTOR?

    Attend session 0.2 (page 6)

    WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE TO MINIMIZE INSECURITY?

    Participate in a grand debate in session 1.4 (page 8)

    UNDERSTAND LEGAL AND REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS AROUND LAND OWNERSHIP AND LICENSING

    Engage with federal and state governments during session 1.3 (page 8)

    HOW ARE SUCCESSFUL MINING PROJECTS DOING AND WHAT DID THEY DO TO GET THERE?

    Hear from the hot projects on the ground in session 2.1 (page 9)

    HOW DOES ONE GAIN ACCEPTANCE FROM THE LOCAL COMMUNITIES FROM THE GET-GO?

    Discover how to create strategic working plans for communities’ involvement and growth in session 2.4 (page 9)

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    A PROGRAMME TAILOR-MADE TO TACKLE KEY ISSUES

  • 514 – 16 October 2019, Abuja, Nigeria

    HIGHLIGHTED EXPERT SPEAKERS

    Garba AdbulrasaqDirector, Economic

    Geology Department, Nigeria Geological

    Survey Agency, Nigeria

    Alhaji. Kabir Mohammed Kankara

    President, Miners Association of Nigeria

    (MAN), Nigeria

    Abdulkadir MuazuPermanent Secretary, Ministry of Mines and Steel Development,

    Nigeria

    Riaan Van Der Westhuizen

    Managing Director, Minutor Mining and Exploration Services,

    Nigeria

    Ambassador Joseph Ayalogu

    Executive Director- Corporate relations, ETA-Zuma Group Ltd, Nigeria

    Prince Adetokunbo Kayode

    President Abuja chamber of Commerce, Nigeria

    Cyril AzobuPartner, Head of

    Consulting and Mining Industry leader, PwC,

    Nigeria

    Hajia Fatima Shinkafi Executive Secretary, Solid

    Mineral Development Funds, Nigeria

    Martin Wood Chief Executive Officer,

    Kogi Iron, Nigeria

    Mohammed Lawal BugaDirector, Industrial Chemicals

    and Minerals Department, Raw Materials Research

    and Development Council (RMRDC), Nigeria

    Aminu Takuma Suleman Deputy Director, States

    Coordination Department, NIPC, Nigeria

    Segun LawsonChief Executive Officer, Thor

    Explorations, UK

    Habeeb JaiyeolaDirector, Head Mining Industry, PwC, Nigeria

    Kieran HarringtonConsulting Geologist,PW Nigeria Limited,

    Nigeria

    Nere TeribaVice Chairman, Kian Smith

    Trade & Co, Nigeria

    514 – 16 October 2019, Abuja, Nigeria

    “SYMBOL WAS PLEASED TO BE INVOLVED WITH THE 3RD ANNUAL NIGERIAN MINING WEEK AND WE WERE IMPRESSED WITH THE LEVEL OF

    SUPPORT SHOWN IN PROGRESSING THE MINING INDUSTRY IN NIGERIA.”

    Tim Wither, CEO, Symbol Mining

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    Session 0.1: Characterizing the state of the Nigerian mining industry for an investor

    Chairperson: Aminu Takuma Suleman, Deputy Director, States Coordination Department, NIPC, Nigeria

    09:00 Overview of the mining industry: Update on 2017 – 2020 goals investment incentives Abdulkadir Muazu, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Mines & Steel Development, Nigeria

    09:20 Paving the road towards successful mining projects in NigeriaHabeeb Jaiyeola Director, Head Mining Industry, PwC, Nigeria

    09:40 Analyst briefing: Investment outlook for solid mineral commodities in Nigeria Martin Haylett, Research Analyst, Wood Mackenzie, United Kingdom*

    10:00 Geological Survey update: Progress report on new findings and available dataGarba Abdulrasaq, Director, Economic Geology Department, Nigeria Geological Survey Agency, Nigeria

    10:20 Access to exploration data and data analytics: The urge for a reliable mappingEngr. Obadiah Simon Nkom, Director, Nigeria Mining Cadastre Office, Nigeria

    10:40 Coffee break and matchmaking session

    Session 0.2: Case study showcases: Catalysing investment into the sector

    Chairperson: Habeeb Jaiyeola Director, Head Mining Industry, PwC, Nigeria

    11:00 The journey of successful mining players in Nigeria: Common pitfalls and how they got around them• Nere Teriba, Managing Director, Kian Smith Trade

    & Co, Nigeria• Segun Lawson, CEO, Thor Explorations Ltd, UK

    11:40 Panel discussion: Proven reserves and access bankable data for exploration and production, establishing a user friendly portal for licensing, cost friendly alternative ways to access data and promote conductive business environment

    Participants: • Garba Abdulrasaq, Director, Economic Geology

    Department, Nigeria Geological Survey Agency, Nigeria

    • Waziri Adio, Executive Secretary, Nigeria Extractive Transparency Initiative, Nigeria

    • Kevin Joseph, Director, AG Vision Mining, UK• Utsu Linus Adie, Project Coordinator, Ministry of

    Mines and Steel Development Nigeria• Aminu Takuma Suleman, Deputy Director, States

    Coordination Department, NIPC, Nigeria

    12:20 Q&A session

    12:30 Networking lunch

    Session 0.3: Developing the financial sector in NigeriaChairperson: Habeeb Jaiyeola Director, Head Mining Industry,

    PwC, Nigeria

    13:30 Stock exchange: What do mining companies get out of itZaheera Baba-Ari, Managing Director & CEO, Nigeria Commodity Exchange, Nigeria

    13:50 Panel discussion: Understanding the needs of financial institutions and funding organizations-the financial models available to support mining projects • How can mining funds be unlocked for miners to

    benefit?• Is the Nigeria Solid Mineral Development Funds

    ready to deliver?• World Bank support funds for the mining sector:

    Who qualifies for it and who approves it?• How to a loan for a mining project guaranteed? • What are the necessary collateral and business

    plan requirements to access finance?

    Participants:• Rian Coetzee, Acting Head Basic Metals & Mining,

    IDC, South Africa*• Begna Gebreyes, Senior Vice President,

    Investments, Africa Finance Corporation, Nigeria• Olayinka O. Mubarak, Group Head, Solid Minerals

    and Metals, Large Enterprises Directorate, Bank of Industry, Nigeria*

    • Hajia Fatima Shinkafi, Executive Secretary, Solid Mineral Development Funds, Nigeria

    14:40 Q&A session

    15:00 Coffee break and matchmaking session

    Session 0.4: Matching miners and financiersChairperson: Tope Adebanjo, National Publicity Secretary,

    Miners Association of Nigeria (MAN), Nigeria

    15:30 Understanding who is who in finance and the models available to support mining projects in the countryAn opened platform given to financiers such as African Finance Corporation, Bank of Industry, Nexim bank, Solid Mineral Development Funds, Standbic and Zenith bank to describe themselves to the public.

    16:30 Q&A session and matchmaking

    MONDAY, 14 OCTOBER 2019

    PRE-CONFERENCE

    * invited

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    TUESDAY, 15 OCTOBER 2019Removing the roadblocks along the value chain:

    setting the mining industry as a key driver for economic growthChairperson: Cyril Azobu, Partner, Head Consulting & Mining Leader, PwC, Nigeria

    08:00 Networking session

    09:00 Welcome address from iPAD NigeriaEmmanuelle Nicholls, Group Director: Natural Resources, Spintelligent, South Africa

    09:05 Welcome from PwCUyi Akpata, Country and Regional Senior Partner, West, PwC, Nigeria

    09:10 Welcome address from MANAlhaji. Kabir Mohammed Kankara, President, Miners Association of Nigeria (MAN), Nigeria

    09:20 Unlocking African mineral full potential through sustainable development projects: What is the key?Ebrahim Faal, Director-Country Manager, Africa Development Bank, Nigeria

    09:30 Leveraging the transformative potential of the Africa Mining Vision for the Nigerian mining industryClaudine Sigam, Mineral, Oil and Gas Specialist, United Nations Conference on Trade and Development - UNCTAD Switzerland

    09:40 Keynote address: How do you diversify an empire and start a mining plant? Edwin Devakuma, Group Executive Director, Dangote Group, Nigeria

    10:00 Ministerial address: Working towards common goals to make the West African mining industry more attractive to the worldH.E Oumarou Idani, Minister, Ministry of Mines and Quarry, Burkina Faso*

    10:20 Ministerial address: The vision of the regional development of the mining industry through innovative solutionsH.E Kwaku Asomah Cheremeh, Minister, Ministry of Mines, Lands and Natural Resources, Ghana*

    10:40 Ministerial address: Stock-take of 2018 and vision for the development of the industryH.E Minister, Ministry of Mines and Steel Development, Nigeria*

    11:00 Presidential address and declaration of opening of the 4th Annual Nigerian Mining Week H.E Muhammadu Buhari, President, Federal Republic of Nigeria*

    11:20 VIP tour for the official opening of the exhibition and coffee break

    14 – 16 October 2019, Abuja, Nigeria

    GRAND OPENING CEREMONY

    * Invited

    “I ENCOURAGE STATE GOVERNMENTS, WORLD BANK, NEXIM BANK, BOI AND OTHER FOREIGN AND LOCAL INVESTORS TO COME ON BOARD AND

    MOVE MINING TO THE NEXT LEVEL”

    Alhaji Kabir Mohammed Kankara, President of the Miners Association of Nigeria (MAN)

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    Session 1.3: Solving the puzzle between: Business potentials versus regulation in the mining sector in Nigeria

    Chairperson: Usman Balarabe, Principal Consultant, Korigex Consultants Ltd, Nigeria

    14:00 Panel discussion:• Mining laws as a major constraint to doing

    business in Nigeria: How to make it easier?• Land ownership & licencing: State vs. federal

    regulation and licencing• Getting a better understanding of the regulatory

    frameworks: licencing vs. land ownership• Investment vs. royalties vs. earnings • Guarantees are in place to ensure return on

    investment with the new tax reform policy

    Participants:• Niran Ajibade, MD Architype Industries Nigeria

    Limited, Nigeria• Ebhota Al-Amin, Research- Policy Development

    Strategist, MinDiver, Ministry of Mines and Steel Development, Nigeria

    • Kenneth Erikhume, Partner Tax and Corporate Advisory Services, PwC, Nigeria

    • Engr. Obadiah Simon Nkom, Director, Nigeria Mining Cadastral Office, Nigeria

    • Chairman Senator Committee on Solid Minerals, National Assembly, Nigeria*

    • Riaan van der Westhuizen, Managing Director, Minutor Mining and Exploration Services, Nigeria

    15:50 Q&A session

    16:10 Coffee break

    Session 1.4: Security as a growing concern in the mining regionsChairperson: To be advised

    16:40 Panel discussion:• How can Federal Government support the miners

    to protect their investment?• What plan of action is in place to legalize illegal

    miners as a way to minimize insecurity?• What requirements for internal security protocols

    need to be in place?• What are the security measures taken to avoid

    the misuse of explosives?

    Participants:• Lieutenant Colonel, A.O Kazeem, Head Strategist,

    Office of the National Security Adviser, Nigeria*• Alhaji Sani Shehu, Vice Chairman, Ecowas

    Federation of Chambers of Mines, Nigeria• Eng. Franck Odoom, Acting Director, Mining

    Inspectorate- Ministry of Mines and Steel Development, Nigeria

    • Martin Wood, Chief Executive Officer, Kogi Iron, Nigeria

    17:30 Q&A session

    TUESDAY, 15 OCTOBER 2019 - CONFERENCE DAY 1

    Session 1.2: States’ project updates: A report on the achievements harvested from great labour

    Chairperson: Aminu Takuma Suleman, Acting Director, States Coordination Department, NIPC, Nigeria

    12:00 State governors’ presentations – Showcasing best practices, business developments projects achievements at state level.• Ekiti State Governorate • Kaduna State Governorate• Kogi State • Nasarawa• Ondo State Governorate• Taraba State

    13:00 Q&A session

    13:20 Mining Battlefield CompetitionEach state will present two candidates who are emerging in the mining industry; to take part in the competition. Each candidate will have 5 minutes to present his/her project in front of a panel of judges. Based on the criteria, judges will give their scores and decide on who wins.

    Categories:• Most promising artisanal small scale mining• Most promising medium mining company

    13:40 Networking lunch

    18:00 – WELCOME RECEPTION

    EARLY BIRDS, BOOK YOUR DELEGATE SEAT NOW AND SAVE! EXPIRES 27 JULY 2019

    KUDAKWASHE TSINGANO ON EMAIL:

    [email protected] | PHONE: +27 21 700 3588

    14:30 – CEO ROUND TABLE By invitation only

    * invited

    “KNOWLEDGE-INTENSE FOCUSED MEETING AND POWERFUL NETWORKING FROM STARTUPS TO THE

    ESTABLISHED COMPANIES IN THE MINING SECTOR.”

    Wilma Aguele, Managing Director, Wilbahi, Nigeria

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    Session 2.3: Increased processing capacity for market growth: What is the key?

    Chairperson: Andrei Ugarov, Partner, Head Corporate Finance West Market Area, PWC, Nigeria

    13:50 Panel discussion• The role of testing laboratories for: Minerals

    identification, classification• Value addition: How to bridge the lack of

    processing facilities?• The development of distribution chains locally and

    regionally• Processing standards for competitiveness and

    export quality• New mineral export guidelines: accurate data on

    mineral exports, and faster processing of mineral export permits?

    Participants:• Ambassador Joseph Ayalogu, Executive Director-

    Corporate relations, ETA-Zuma Group Ltd, Nigeria• Mohammed Lawal Buga, Director, Head of

    Industrial Chemicals and Minerals Department, RMRDC, Nigeria

    • Olusegun Awolowo, CEO, Nigeria Export Promotion Council, Nigeria

    • Osita Anthony Aboloma, Director General, Standards Organisation of Nigeria*

    • Prince Adetokunbo Kayode, CON, SAN, President, Abuja Chamber of Commerce and Industries, Nigeria

    14:50 Q&A session

    15:10 Coffee break

    Session 2.4: Sustainability CSR initiatives: An approach to community development and an independent financial vision

    Chairperson: Mories Atoki, Sustainability Specialist, PwC, Nigeria

    15:40 Panel discussion• Strategic partnership plans to improve community

    acceptance and mitigate concerns• Capacity building programme: A critical concern

    for both public and private sectors • Ensuring artisanal and small scale miners are

    aware of all health and safety dangers • Youth training programmes to improve the

    chance of employment

    Participants:• Engr. Sallim Adegboyega Salaam, Director, Mines

    Environmental Compliance, (MEC), Ministry of Mines and Steel Development, Nigeria

    • Dele Ayanleke, National Secretary Miners Association of Nigeria, Nigeria

    • Segun Lawson, Chief Executive Officer, Thor Explorations Ltd, UK

    • Patrick Ojeka, Director Artisanal and Small Scale Mining Department, Ministry of Solid Minerals Development, Nigeria

    16:50 Q&A session

    Session 2.5: Recommendations and closing sessionChairperson: Habeeb Jaiyeola, Director, Head Mining Industry,

    PwC, Nigeria

    WEDNESDAY, 16 OCTOBER 2019 - CONFERENCE DAY 2

    Sponsored by

    Session 2.1: Mining projects: Report on current developmentsChairperson: Professor Ibrahim Garba, Vice Chancellor of

    Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria

    09:10 Gold: Allied African International Company Riaan van der Westhuizen, Managing Director, Minutor Mining and Exploration Services, Nigeria

    09:20 Gold: Thor Explorations LtdSegun Lawson, Chief Executive Officer, UK

    09:30 Gold: Kian Smith Trade & CoNere Teriba, Vice Chairman, Kian Smith Trade & Co, Nigeria

    09:30 Iron ore: Kogi IronMartin Wood, Chief Executive Officer, Kogi Iron, Nigeria

    09:40 Coal: ETA-ZumaInnocent ETA Zuma, Chief Executive Officer, Nigeria

    09:50 Quarrying: LafargeMiguel Velasquez, Head of Mining, Lafarge, Nigeria*

    10:00 Q&A session

    10:20 Coffee break and matchmaking session

    Session 2.2: Opportunity for the future commodities:How is it West Africa positioned in the world?

    Chairperson: Nere Teriba, Vice Chairperson, Kian Smith Trade & Co, Nigeria

    11:00 How is West Africa positioning itself for the regional market and partnership level? Benjamin Jones, Management Consultant, CRU, UK*

    11:10 Panel discussion• West African gold vision: A common market share

    beneficial for all• Cobalt and lithium not on the strategic minerals

    roadmap: A missed opportunity?• Intensification of steel production: what are the

    prospects for iron ore?• Border collaboration and opportunities• Regional PPPs: Developing infrastructure and

    attracting private sector investment

    Participants:• Pascal Bernasconi, Vice-President/ Manager,

    EMSA- Endeavour Mining Corporation, Côte d’Ivoire*

    • Kieran Harrington, Consulting Geologist, PW Nigeria Limited, Nigeria

    • Alhaji Sani Shehu, Vice Chairman, Ecowas Federation of Chambers of Mines, Nigeria

    • Martin Wood, Chief Executive Officer, Kogi Iron, Nigeria

    12:10 Q&A session

    12:30 Networking lunch

    * invited

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    INDUSTRIES REPRESENTED

    SERVICES AND TECHNOLOGIES

    • Mapping and surveying• Testing, analysis and certification• Processing and chemicals• Health and safety• Waste and water management• Equipment, vehicles and machinery• Telecoms• Catering and camp management• Transport and logistics• Drilling and blasting• Security• Storage States

    BUSINESS EXPERTS

    • Financial services and banking sector• Risk advisory firms/ legal/ consultant• Insurance• HR and training

    HIGHLIGHTED SECTORS

    • Mining extraction & exploration• Engineering, Construction, Processing• Energy and power• Quarrying

    GOVERNMENT AND NGOs

    • Local government • NGOs• Trade associations• Embassies• Universities

    EXHIBIT

    • Get an update on the latest industry trends and technologies

    • Find new suppliers and distributors and source new products and services

    • Upskill yourself and your staff with targeted, free technical workshops

    • Demonstrate thought leadership by highlighting your business and activities

    • Network with top-tier mining decision makers, affiliates, industry experts and leaders

    MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR PARTICIPATION AND CREATE YOUR OWN AGENDA

    EXHIBITION OPTIONS

    INDOORBenefit from exclusive and premium indoor options to present your mining solutions.

    OUTDOORShowcase and demonstrate your technology, machinery and equipment.

    “EXCELLENT FIRST EXPERIENCE AT NIGERIA MINING WEEK, WE HAVE MET THE RIGHT PEOPLE IN THE RIGHT PLACE. OUR BUSINESS IS GOING TO

    CONQUER THE MARKETS WE WANTED TO REACH.”

    Donatien Kanyinda, Head of Sales and Marketing, ITM, DRC

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    TO SECURE YOUR PARTICIPATION AS A SPONSOR OR EXHIBITOR IN 2019 CONTACT US NOW!KUDAKWASHE TSINGANO ON EMAIL: [email protected] | PHONE: +27 21 700 3588

    VENUE: NAF CONFERENCE AND SUITES, ABUJA, NIGERIA

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    PRE-CONFERENCEFIXED PRICE

    STANDARD DELEGATE PASSBEFORE 27 JULY

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    5 VIP DELEGATEBEFORE 27 JULY

    $300 $550 $850 $4250

    Finance and Investment only(14 October)Make sure you take the right steps and get a full guide on Nigeria’s mining investments from discovering to production and deep into the financial tools.

    2 day access to the conference and expo (15-16 October)• Coffee break in the expo

    hall• Standing finger lunch• Cocktail function• Access to the

    matchmaking platform• Conference proceeding

    access post conference• Free subscription to Mining

    Review Africa magazine

    3 day access to the conference and expo (14-16 October)• Reserved seating in the

    conference room• Observer access to the

    CEO round table (Minister and mining operators)

    • Exclusive coffee break• Buffet seat down lunch• Cocktail function• VIP registration queue• Access to the

    matchmaking platform• Access to the conference

    proceeding post event• Free subscription to Mining

    Review Africa magazine

    All options included in the VIP delegate pass as well as: • Pre-conference Finance

    Masterclass, • Investment Breakfast • Roundtables on

    14 October 2019

    REGISTER ONLINE AT WWW.NIGERIAMININGWEEK.COM/REGISTER NOW!

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    CONTACT THE TEAM

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