AME moves Roundup 2021 to online format

by | Jan 7, 2021 | Industry News | 0 comments

The Association for Mineral Exploration presents Remote Roundup 2021, the virtual debut of the annual AME Roundup conference. Leading through the change caused by the global pandemic, the conference is going virtual to safely facilitate one of the largest gatherings of the global exploration industry. Join us from anywhere in the world!

“AME Roundup is the must-attend conference to kick off the annual mineral exploration calendar, setting the trends and establishing connections with passionate leaders who are moving our industry forward,” said AME president and CEO Kendra Johnston. “Our content is relevant to the on-the-ground realities of today, delivered by high-calibre speakers, through engaging exhibitors and by participating in interactive short courses.”

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Over 6,000 geoscientists, technical experts, prospectors, suppliers, governments and Indigenous partners from around the world are anticipated to virtually gather to network, share knowledge, and stay on the forefront of the innovative advancements in mineral exploration. Attendees and participants will be able to access live and on-demand programming from anywhere in the world, whether from home, at work or in camp.

The theme for AME Remote Roundup 2021 is ‘Leading Through Change.’ The conference will feature relevant conversations of the day, touching on a variety of topics including:

Responsible Resource Development;
Open & Smart Exploration;
Advocacy and Access;
Transformation of Mineral Exploration

Speakers include Robert Friedland, David Elliott, Ross Beaty, Randy Smallwood, federal and provincial politicians and many more.

Full schedule can be found here: https://roundup.amebc.ca/schedule-at-a-glance/

Speakers can be found here: https://roundup.amebc.ca/program/speakers/

To register, click here: https://roundup.amebc.ca/registration-info/

WHAT TO EXPECT AT OUR VIRTUAL CONFERENCE!

Talk a walk-through via the video below!

To stay up-to-date on conference details visit roundup.amebc.ca and follow @AMEroundup on Twitter, @ameroundup on Instagram, ame-roundup on LinkedIn and with the hashtags #RemoteRoundup and #AMERoundup2021 for regular updates.