Join us at the IMARC Conference, where the Australia-Korea Business Council (AKBC) is set to host an exclusive Korea Session at the renowned ICC Sydney. This session will explore vital topics: an overview of critical minerals and hydrogen opportunities between Australia and Korea, Korea's strategy for a stable supply chain of critical minerals, and the potential of clean ammonia in Korea's energy sector. The collaboration between Australia and Korea is key to ensuring a sustainable critical minerals supply chain for long-term stability and sustainability. This event is a prime platform for industry investors and visionaries, providing a unique opportunity to navigate the ever-changing mining and resources landscape.
The Australia-Korea Business Council will also be co-hosting the 4th Australia-Korea Critical Minerals and New Energy Forum on Monday 30 October in Sydney. Please see here for further details and registration.
Date and Time:
Tuesday 31 October, 2023
3:30 PM - 4.30 PM IMARC Korea Session
Global Opportunities, Theatre Room B (E5.4 & E5.5)
14 Darling Dr, Sydney NSW 2000
Tickets for this session are complimentary.
Please note that all registrations for the Korea Session will be issued with a FREE IMARC Networking Pass.
Registration is essential, due to limited capacity, please register early to avoid disappointment.
*Registrations close on Thursday 26 October 2023, unless sold out prior.
Alternatively, you can use code AKBC15 for 15% off of a Delegate Pass.
Please register separately via this link for Delegate Passes.
14 Darling Dr
Sydney, NSW, Australia
Global Opportunities Theatre Room B (E5.2 & E5.3)
Getting to ICC Sydney:
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Board Member, Chair of the AKBC Energy sub-committee at Australia-Korea Business Council
Director, Head of Korea Desk at PwC Australia
Chairman at Pilot Energy
Manager, Resources and Energy Investment at Austrade
Managing Director of Kores Australia, Korea Mine Rehabilitation and Mineral Resources (KOMIR)
Executive Director of Australia-Korea Business Council