Mining Indaba: light on news but good for networking
The FM rates the good, the bad and the tasty pastries at the 2020 Investing in African Mining Indaba
Now that the 26th Investing in African Mining Indaba has come to an end, traffic in Cape Town will return to normal, the astronomical prices at the chockful hotels will come down and rental cars will be available again — the about 7,000 delegates that took over the city this week are on their way back home.
The indaba positions itself as the world’s largest mining investment event, and the only one you need to go to. Attracting business, investors and media from far and wide, the event is not doubt a marketing triumph. The FM reflects on how it performed in 2020...