Panel Discussion: Mining's next horizon

    1. Session Category
      QLD Mining

Panel Discussion: Mining's next horizon

24 Jul 2018, 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM

Mackay Showgrounds
Language:
English

Join Austmine’s CEO Chris Gibbs Stewart and esteemed industry leaders for an in-depth discussion about the pathway forward for the mining and METS sectors. Exploring a range of key topics critical to our future, this panel session will leave you with a view of “Mining’s Next Horizon”. This includes insights into:

• Understanding the importance of leadership in creating a future ready organisation
• Developing mining operations from a small footprint perspective
• Getting your business ready for technological change and disruption
• The future mine site – what does this look like?

To attend Austmine's panel session, make sure you contact sheldon.varcoe@austmine.com.au who can provide you with a calendar reminder for the session.

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Contributors

  • Christine Gibbs-Stewart

    Panellist

    CEO

    Austmine

    Chris has 30 years of experience in international business, industry development and general management. She has worked across a number of different...

  • David Scutt

    Panellist

    Business Manager East and Global Technical Solutions Manager

    Davey Bickford

    David is an accomplished mining engineer with over 20 years’ experience. His career commenced with Queensland based operations for principals and...

  • Tony Caruso

    Panellist

    Managing Director

    Mastermyne

  • Ian Dover

    Panellist

    General Manager

    METS Ignited

    Ian's international career has included metallurgical process and research group management in the international aluminium industry as well as...

  • Kari Armitage

    Panellist

    Managing Director

    Quarry Mining

Opening Times
Tue 24 July Exhibition 9.00am – 5.00pm
Wed 25 July Exhibition 9.00am – 5.00pm
Thurs 26 July Exhibition 9.00am – 4.00pm

Registration opens 8.00am

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