PDAC, the most important mining trade fair, fully online for the first time
Since 1932, the mining fair par excellence has been held in Toronto. This year, the implementation of the fair is adapted to the Corona pandemic and takes place online. Five sessions simultaneously and more than 100 hours are offered. There are numerous highlights to be found there. The online version, it is promised, is also an important networking opportunity. The PDAC stage can be entered virtually.
Well-known programs and topics will be available as usual, such as the Capital Markets Program or the Letter Writing Program. One advantage is that the presentations will be available even after the PDAC has ended, so that participants need not worry about missing important parts of the program. PDAC will be held from March 8 to March 11. Content will also be available on demand shortly after the broadcast and for three months after the show.
PDAC is a platform that unites investors, companies and executives in the commodities sector. And, not to forget, online can participate more than usual. In order to present the virtual implementation of PDAC in the best way, they worked hard on it. It will be held from March 8 to March 11.
PDAC President Felix Lee is confident about the commodities industry and he expressed "I think we have adapted as an industry perhaps faster than other sectors to the new reality."
Among mining companies, many have done very well despite the pandemic, especially gold and silver companies, not least because of the high gold price.
For example, Ximen Mining or Aztec Minerals are certainly happy about the precious metal prices.
Ximen Mining - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s4v1dkPPyis - owns three precious metals projects in British Columbia whose high grade has already been established in drill programs.
Aztec Minerals - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cLKDAKdj0KE - is advancing the Tombstone project in Arizona under a joint venture agreement and owns the Cervantes porphyry gold-copper property in Mexico.
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