It brings all stakeholders together and it’s a perfect melting pot to introduce all sectors within the mining environment and really open up means of communications’
AMC was the first of its kind in Angola. We found it very helpful & beneficial to everybody that’s involved in mining, producing or marketing diamonds.
The convention was very helpful in making connections in order to develop a business in Angola
It is the perfect opportunity for foreign investors and representatives from the host state gather and exchange their views about main challenges that stakeholders encounter in the mining industry
its enabled us to meet with a lot of people from Angola in a range of ministries in one location
It was a remarkable event for us, a huge celebration.’ – Stuart McCracken, The Regional Head of Discovery
AMC was a very important moment to us to be able to talk openly to the government, to our connections, to the people in general and to the investors that were here and that showed so much interest!
Important Conference that contributed to promote investment in the mining sector. Sessions well organized by theme
Thank you, it was an excellent event and it achieved all the goals proposed by the organization. For us it was fantastic
Good attendance by Government and respective bodies, as well as mining industry
Good experience and we are pleased with the organisation
Great networking experience
The Ministry of Mineral Resources and Petroleum is responsible for the legislation and regulatory framework of the mining and oil and gas sectors in Angola.
AME Trade Ltd is an international events organizer, specializing in B2B conferences with over 20 years’ experience working in emerging economies. With headquarters in the United Kingdom, AME Trade has regional offices in Angola, Cameroon, Mozambique, Senegal, South Africa and Zambia, and further representation in more than 15 countries in Africa.
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