Mines and Money London is the number one destination for mining companies from around the world looking to raise capital in London and meet with investors from Europe and beyond.
Now in its 10th year the event has attracted its strongest speaker line-up to date and promises to be a must attend event for anyone associated with the mining and investment industries.
Mines and Money London in 2012 will see be the biggest edition ever held.
What’s new in 2012?
Exhibition extended to provide space for 260 mining companies to showcase their projects and growth prospects
NEW online and onsite one-to-one meeting planner helping you to connect with your fellow delegates
Dedicated investor invitation and vetting to ensure maximum attendance from high quality mining investors
Over 3000 attendees anticipated to attend
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Tue, 16/12/2014 - 12:48
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