“COVID-19 has certainly affected everyone’s travel and business plans for this year and even for 2021,” says Elodie Delagneau, event manager for Africa Mining Forum.
The 20th edition of African Utility Week (AUW) and POWERGEN Africa may now be postponed in person, but is still scheduled to take place from 24-26 November.
Nigeria’s mining industry through downstream opportunities and the fall-out of the COVID-19 pandemic has levelled the playing field in the market.
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“Virtual editions of industry and regionally leading events such as DRC Mining Week and African Utility Week have been very well received."
"Nations should consider and reassess current investment criteria to attract foreign investment to help build their mining sectors."
“We have taken the decision to postpone following a period of continuous engagement with our stakeholders and customers” says David Ashdown, MD of Clarion Events Africa.