The 6th edition of SIM Senegal, taking place on 02 – 04 November 2021, is organised under the theme “Promotion and development of Local Content, a lever for the optimization of socio-economic benefits in the extractive sector” by the Senegalese Ministry of Mines & Geology in association with AME Trade Ltd. The event is once again supported by the Senegalese government, guaranteeing the highest level audience possible. SIM Senegal attracts a unique and diverse range of mining investors in finance, services, exploration & production and institutional industries, representing both public and private sectors from 30 countries. This year, the edition will be hybrid, allowing more international participants to attend and exchange from the comfort of their home or office. Do not miss it!
Create endless business opportunities over the course of three-day trade event onsite
Roundtable and interactive conference sessions, also accessible online with virtual Q&A to share your thoughts
Access the list of participants to exchange contacts & network online via the app or desktop platform
Dedicated B2B area, cocktails & gala dinners for the onsite participants and virtual breaks to allow online networking
The West African Mining Infrastructure report covers projects in the Republic of Guinea, Liberia & Senegal including the Simandou project, the Boke Mine, Rail and Port Project, border projects between Liberia and Guinea and much more. This report is not only detailing mining infrastructure projects, but it will also allow you to find out how to tender for projects, what opportunities are available, and the effect that COVID-19 has had on the projects and commodity prices.
The information is not available in the public domain so do not miss it! Read more here
SIM Senegal conference has been conceived to examine in detail all aspects of the country’s mining industry. For over half a century the main mineral resource of Senegal has been phosphates, new discoveries and more investment means that production is rising, and investment is growing.
We will look at the community, what is the impact of the mining sector on the community? We will elaborate on how mining contributes financially to the local communities by developing business but staying environmentally friendly.
SIM Senegal is the only government supported mining event in Senegal, guaranteeing the highest-level audience possible. Being the services & financial hub of Francophone West Africa’s mining industry, Senegal attracts senior decision makers and a diverse range of investors from: Guinea, Mali, Niger, Mauritania, and Guinea Bissau. We’re excited to share that New Gold exploration projects will be unveiled at this year’s conference!