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In only its second year, FMF has become a “must attend” event on the global minerals and metals calendar.

RIYADH, Saudi Arabia, Jan. 6, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Industry and Mineral Resources (MIM) today announced final details on the second Future Minerals Forum (FMF), which will take place from 10 to January 12 at the King Abdulaziz International Conference Center in Riyadh.

The organizers have announced that the event is sponsored by His Majesty King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud.

The first FMF attracted more than 7,500 in-person and virtual delegates from more than 50 countries, who heard from 150 industry leaders. Based on current registrations, FMF 2023 promises to deliver even more, with attendance expected to exceed 13,000 and delegates from 130 countries to hear from more than 200 world-class speakers.

FMF was designed as a “one stop shop” highlighting the emerging mining super region that stretches from Africa to Central Asia. It brings together world leaders in the minerals and metals industry, including governments, investors, explorers and operators from around the world.

Highlights of the upcoming three-day event include a Ministerial Roundtable and the conference itself attended by 60 high-level government delegations and non-governmental organizations involved in the mining sector.

The Ministerial Round Table seeks to build consensus on the future of the mining super-region that includes Africa and West and Central Asia, and the region’s role in the global minerals and metals industry.

FMF 2023 will also feature numerous informal engagement and networking sessions.

New this year, FMF has added a number of features requested by last year’s attendees, including an Industry and Technology Expo and the Saudi Pavilion, an interactive multimedia booth designed to help investors and traders navigate the journey from the interest until investment, exploration and exploitation.

Speaking about the new features of the FMF, His Excellency Al-Mudaifer said: “We are delighted with the industry response to the Expo and look forward to making it a very busy area within the event. We are also grateful to all the key catalysts at the The Government of Saudi Arabia, which has partnered to create this Pavilion, will make it easier for prospective investors to gather information and insights, and begin the process of investing in minerals and metals in the Kingdom.”

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