If the support of key partners; FEC, Chamber of Mines and the Ministry of Mines, has fully played to make the event an essential business meeting, we note the quality of the organization that has brilliantly combined the three strengths announced, namely: B2B networking, the exhibition park and high-level conferences.
A highlight was the presence of three international pavilions: South Africa, the United Kingdom and Zimbabwe, which signed more than $3 million in transactions over the three days.
Networking platforms, such as online business matchmaking, welcome cocktail, gala dinner and golf tournament have enabled CEOs to consolidate potential partnerships and forge friendly ties, a guarantee of trust between players and, therefore, of future business.
The 3,500 or so participants who attended the event showed, if necessary, the real enthusiasm of the Lusha public for the event. Finally, the quality of the recommendations to the public decision-makers of the Province and/or the national Government will be underlined, as a constructive document with strong proposals. Mining and Business, KBM's loyal media partner, will therefore enthusiastically renew its offer to the organisation for the 2019 edition.