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Mining Industry Research Connector

NOTE: This opportunity has expired or is an event which has already taken place.

Atlantic Canada’s Premier Mining R&D partnership event on November 2, 2016

Are you a company or a researcher interested in finding new partners to collaborate with? Interested in finding out what sort of funding is available for R&D projects? Then you need to be on stage at this event!

Contact us to secure your spot pitching to this key audience. Spaces are limited so don’t wait!

Every presentation is compelling. In 3 minutes or less, industry experts and researchers present their expertise and the partners they seek. Afterward, direct discussion is encouraged, and stakeholders who wish to continue the conversation are invited to network at the breaks.

This event is presented in partnership with the Mineral Resources Review, the #1 conference for all things Mineral and Mining in Atlantic Canada and the best place to do business in this sector.

This connector provides a unique opportunity to get a head start on your conference. Network with major players in the industry and pitch your R&D needs to people who can solve them.

Click here to register.

This event is brought to you in partnership with the Mineral Resources Review, Springboard Atlantic, ACENET, and NSERC.

To find out more about the full conference click here.

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