Global Mining Executive Insights 2011

AREAS OF STUDY: Management

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  • Audience Level: Professional | Technical | New to Mining Tool Tip
  • Dates: Unscheduled Tool Tip
  • Early Bird: Tool Tip
  • Enrollment: Not required Tool Tip
  • Registration Fee: Tool Tip
  • Location: Live Webcast Tool Tip
  • Duration: 1 hour
  • CEUs: 0.0 (0 PDHs) Tool Tip

Course Summary

Objective

Uncovering the top challenges and growth opportunities for leading North American mining companies

  • What are the top-of-mind concerns and challenges of leading miners?
  • What are the common obstacles to organic growth?
  • How are they addressing these strategic challenges?

Background

As part of an annual study, Mincom surveyed North America-based executives at top tier mining companies for a snapshot of the industry’s current leading challenges. The survey also looked at the top perceived obstacles to organic company growth, as well as at the actions that are being taken from the operational process and finance systems perspectives to support company growth.

The webcast will present the study findings and key take-aways to help you improve your mining operations.

Attend this Webcast and Learn

  • Top 5 Challenges for North American Mining Companies
  • Primary Obstacles to Organic Growth
  • Top Strategies for Maintaining Profitability
  • Top Actions to Ensure Systems and Processes Support the Company Growth Strategy
  • Integrating Processes and Systems across Autonomous Operations
  • Anatomy of an Effective Systems Solution for Mining.

Speakers

In this co-sponsored webcast, Jennifer Tejada, Chief Strategy Officer, Mincom, presents the findings of the study and discusses the strategic outlook of the mining industry.

Find out how you compare with leading North American miners!

Jennifer Tejada

Jennifer Tejada is Mincom's chief strategy officer and executive vice president for corporate development and marketing. She joins the team with extensive international experience in general management, corporate development, planning and transformation, mergers and acquisitions, marketing, and sales. Jennifer was previously global marketing manager at i2 Technologies, responsible for building the company's global brand and market presence. She was chief operating officer at Merivale, head of marketing at Telecom New Zealand/AAPT, and has held leadership positions at Proctor and Gamble.

Schedule

This webcast covers many time zones:
Location Time
Sydney, Australia 2 November 2011, from 7:00 to 8:00am EDT (UTC+11 hours)
Santiago, Chile 1 November 2011, from 5:00 to 6:00am CLST (UTC-3 hours)
New York, USA 1 November 2011, from 4:00 to 5:00am EDT (UTC-4 hours)
Vancouver, Canada 1 November 2011, from 1:00 to 2:00am PDT (UTC-7 hours)

How to Register

To register yourself, click the ‘Register Now’ button and complete the online registration form.

To register on behalf of someone else, or to register groups of 2 or more, please contact us; discounts may apply.

Questions? Please contact Edumine: +1 604 683 2037 or [email protected] and we will get back to you during regular business hours, Monday - Friday, 8:00am to 5:00pm Pacific Time.

Registration Deadline

Online registration ends 15 minutes prior to the webcast; however phone registration can be accepted up to the start of the webcast. Please call +1 604 683 2037 ext. 259 for last-minute reservations. Webcasts fill up quickly. Early booking is advised!

Fees

This co-sponsored webcast by Mincom and InfoMine is free of charge!

How Webcasts Work

It's easy and our webcast saves on fees, travel and time! You will be able to ask questions and have live discussions during the webcast just as if you were there in person. At the time of the webcast, you connect to the internet, call in to a toll/toll-free number to hear and talk through the telephone or simply listen and speak over your headset/PC speakers using Voice over IP (VoIP). You see the presentation as well as the instructor on your computer screen.

System Requirements

To attend this webcast, you will need a computer with a high-speed internet connection (DSL or cable). You will also need a phone line or integrated microphone in your PC or a headset. For your comfort, it is recommended that you use a speaker phone or headset to connect to the webcast. Our system will support both PC and Apple computers using Internet Explorer, Chrome, Firefox or Safari browsers.

Accessing the Webcast

One day prior to the webcast, you will be emailed a link for the webcast. About 15 minutes before the scheduled starting time, simply go to the website provided in the email. You should be able to simply click on the link in the email; however, some email programs may require that you copy the address and paste it into your browser's address bar. You will be asked to enter your name and email address, and you will need to enter the password that was sent to you in the email. Once you have logged in, a screen will pop up with the Voice over IP option or a toll/toll-free telephone number to call. Of course, our team is available to help if you have any questions about accessing the webcast: +1 604 683 2037 ext. 259.

Upcoming Dates

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