Register now: 2018 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference (VRIC18)
Register now for the 2018 Vancouver Resource Investment Conference (VRIC18), taking place at the Vancouver Convention Centre West on January 21-22, 2018 and capitalize on:
- 250+ exhibitors
- 60+ groundbreaking speakers
- Exclusive, pre-scheduled one-on- one meeting opportunities for all registered attendees
- 8,000+ engaged investors
Co-produced by Cambridge House International and Katusa Research, this is the world's largest resource investment conference dedicated to resource exploration, and is a must-attend for investors and stakeholders in the global mining industry.
The conference will feature investment thought leaders and wealth influencers, providing audiences with valuable insights and a unique opportunity to speak one-on- one with C-suite company executives covering every corner of the mineral exploration sector along with metals, oil & gas, renewable energy, media and financial services companies.
#VRIC18 brings fresh perspective to the mining industry and explores its role in the economy of the future and the clean energy transition, which is driving significant demand for the metals and mineral products used to manufacture technologies like solar panels, wind turbines, LED lighting and electric cars, as well as sparking renewed interest in uranium as a clean power source.
The rise of electric vehicles, along with a broader push for battery storage to facilitate the growth of clean energy, has increased demand for minerals/metals such as lithium, cobalt and nickel, sparking a rush of junior miners into the space. Many of these miners aim to disrupt the sector with technology that could make these minerals cheaper and easier to extract.
Over the past 21 years, VRIC has garnered an exceptionally strong reputation of excellence, attracting professional investors and speakers from around the world for a valuable two days of networking, education, and investment discovery. Pre-register online now at cambridgehouse.com for free admission or pay $20 at the door.