4th Zambia International Mining & Energy Conference & Exhibition

24-25 June 2014, Lusaka, Zambia

Lusaka, March 2014 – Organised by AME Trade in association with the Ministry of Mines, Energy and Water Development and the Association of Zambian Mineral Exploration Companies  Zambian business environment), ZIMEC is now in its fourth edition. The 2013 edition attracted 482 participants and 56 speakers from 28 different countries.

Now in its 4th edition, the conference will feature two parallel conference streams, focusing on mining and power issues respectively. Attending will enable you to participate in the sectors’ hottest debates, meet and learn from the sector leaders and showcase your products in the co-located exhibition.

The main theme of ZIMEC 2014 is “Securing Zambia’s growth by ensuring the sustainable development of its mineral and energy resources.” The conference aims to showcase all that Zambia has to offer in terms of mining and power potential, whilst identifying and seeking solutions to challenges faced by investors.

ZIMEC allows you to participate in the hottest debates in Zambia’s mining and power sectors. Attend ZIMEC to meet the industry’s primary decision makers and share experiences with a range of operators. There is also the opportunity to showcase your products and services in the co-located exhibition.

Providing domestic and international perspectives ZIMEC continues to attract a mixture of speakers and delegates representing both multinational and domestic firms and interest groups. The programme will sparkle with speakers possessing a finetuned understanding of the ins and outs of the Zambian business environment, along with international stakeholders providing a well-rounded, global perspective.

For more information about the event please visit the website www.zimeczambia.com  or download the 2013 post show report.

Contact for media:
Barbora Kuckova
Marketing Manager at AME Trade ltd
barbora@ametrade.org or zambia@ametrade.org


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