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2020 Conference and Event Series goes digital

We are happy to advise that we are currently transitioning our 2020 Conferences and Events Series into a digital format.

While we are in unprecedented and challenging times, AusIMM is 100% committed to supporting all people working in the resources sector. We will continue to offer outstanding professional development opportunities to shape careers, develop leaders and connect professionals.

We are happy to advise that we are currently transitioning our 2020 Conferences and Events Series into a digital format or postponing a number of conferences until 2021, to support your professional development. In addition, we will be offering a new suite of digital initiatives including webinars, technical content, industry news, articles, online meet-ups and other useful resources to expand your knowledge and keep you connected.

Dates, program and registration details will be announced shortly. For those delegates who have already registered for any conference or event in 2020, we will be in contact with specific transfer details and next steps.  

While we will miss the opportunity to see you face to face, we are excited to collaborate with you virtually! Updated details will be released in coming weeks on the AusIMM website and AusIMM conference websites. Please stay tuned.

Thank you for your understanding of our programming changes to the AusIMM 2020 Conference and Events Series. If you have any questions, please email: events@ausimm.com

 Please be safe, stay healthy and look after each other.

 

AusIMM Events Team

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