The WA Mining Conference and Exhibition returns to Perth on 11-12 October 2023, and mining, technology and engineering professionals can score a deal on early bird tickets to the comprehensive conference.
It’s no secret that Western Australia leads the country’s mining industry in terms of technology and innovation, and WA Mining aims to showcase the technical and digital evolution transforming industry in WA. The 2023 event builds on the success of the 2022 conference and exhibition, with quality companies already lining up to attend.
The event features a ticketed conference for thought leaders, industry and academia, running alongside the free-to-attend exhibition at the Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre. As the conference program takes shape, conference sponsor Epiroc says it’s an important event for industry, tech experts and site personnel to get involved with.
A spokesperson for Epiroc said, “The world needs metals and minerals for the energy transition, and we need cities that can cope with a growing population in a sustainable way. To succeed, we need to speed up the shift towards a more sustainable mining and construction industry. We at Epiroc accelerate this transformation.”
On the expanded exhibition floor, more than 120 suppliers will put their solutions into the spotlight, sharing technical and digital progress that is transforming the way industry operates. This includes the new Decarbonisation Zone, aimed at highlighting smart and sustainable technology to help companies meet ESG obligations. The Decarbonisation Zone is supported by International Copper Association Australia.
The 2023 exhibition is complemented by a free-to-attend seminar series, further encouraging the sharing of knowledge in the industry. Seminar sessions, presented by Adobe, will run throughout the exhibition, with several leading tech companies encouraging robust discussions.
WA Mining Conference and Exhibition is shaping up to be a must-attend event and sourcing platform for Australian industry, where technical and digital innovation meets operational and executional excellence.
Exhibition Director, Samantha Martin, is looking forward to a successful 2023 event, after the 2022 WA Mining event reinforced the importance of technology and innovation for the industry.
“The feedback we had after WA Mining 2022 was that the knowledge-sharing and discussion made for an extremely valuable event. Exhibitors had incredible exposure to engineers, management and industry decision-makers, and the thought leadership within the conference helped to solidify industry’s contribution to a sustainable future.”
There are three ways to attend WA Mining, including a two-day paid conference ticket, which gives full access to the conference, exhibition floor, networking events and seminar series. A one-day conference ticket is also available with full access, and the free exhibition-only ticket allows access to everything but the conference.
Early bird tickets close on 31 August. To register, visit waminingexpo.com.au.
Mining Magazine is a media partner of the WA Mining Conference and Exhibition 2023.