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June 2023 Industry Events

Industry events taking place this month to take note of, which of these will you be attending?

Sustainability Summit Africa 06-08 June, Johannesburg

“Africa’s Procurement & Supply Chain professionals driving economic, environmental, & social growth.”
Sustainability Summit Africa’s theme will be People, Planet, Purpose, addresses from C-suite downwards, the practical approach to embedding sustainability into everyday practices and business strategy, in the context of energy constraints and economic survival. By embracing ESG principles we can build a more resilient and sustainable economy that benefits us all. On this day, Deloitte senior experts joined by leading business decision-makers will discuss some of the most pressing issues facing our world today: ESG, innovation in energy, responsible supply chains, resilience, and emerging sustainable technologies. These are topics that are critical to the future of our planet. We believe that Africa can lead the way in creating a more sustainable and equitable future.

International Conference on Science, Engineering & Technology 25-26 June 2023, Kempton Park

“Leading forum for the presentation of new advances and research results in the fields of Science, Engineering and Technology.”

International Conference on Science, Engineering & Technology will provide an excellent international forum for sharing knowledge and result in Science, Engineering & Technology. The aim of the Conference is to provide a platform for researchers and practitioners from both academia as well as industry to meet the share cutting-edge development in the field.

Digital Transfomation in Mining 28-29 June 2023, Midrand

In the world’s digital transformation journey, every day gathers more pace. Constant innovation is inevitable, now driving competitiveness among successful global companies.

What is also clear is the mining industry must understand where we are on the innovation curve. We need to develop strategies to leverage the most useful of the available initiatives.

This requires deep knowledge of the potential impact and value of digital technologies on mining and metallurgical processes. Planning at all levels of detail and the need for real time information management and operational control are all components of this journey, whether on surface or underground. 

Data and information management, at the junction of virtual and real worlds, underlie efforts to stay in touch, take decisions, control and automate the industry’s processes

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