Be a part of this annual gathering of miners, consumers and investors.
Come and join us for the 3rd edition of Argus LiCoNi taking place Tuesday 3rd December – Wednesday 4th 2019 December in Seoul, South Korea. This conference will be focused on developments in the Asian market and what effect that is having on global macroeconomics. This conference will unite the upstream and downstream industry, uniting mining companies, traders, investors and financiers, producers, manufacturers, chemical companies and precursor companies, as well as service and solution providers.
The event will address pressing market trends such as Chinese subsidies and investment, updates in the automotive and consumer market, sustainable supply and ethical sourcing, battery, chemical and precursor material market developments as well as covering, nickel, graphite, lithium, cobalt and magnesium supply, the upcoming conference will provide you and your team with a 360 degree perspective of the Asian batteries industry.
Highlights for 2019:
Blockchain and digitalisation innovation workshop: Join this workshop to get an understanding of the digitalisation options and advancement tools to help you with clarity and visibility across the supply chain.
EXTENDED networking: This conference guarantees a minimum of 7.5 hours of networking, giving you extra time to meet, discuss and secure business with new and existing clients
Formula advances in battery production: Hear about the latest developments of battery production, directly from the chemical industry
Metal focused roundtable discussions: To make the conference more interactive, we will be incorporating more panel discussions and our new roundtable discussions. Each table will be focused on a metal, giving you the opportunity to address industry challenges in a more intimate setting with a drink in your hand!
NEW metals added to the content - Graphite, copper, magnesium: Is manganese the key to reducing manufacturing costs?, Can the graphite industry keep up with battery developments?, Will global copper supply be an impediment on the growth of EVs and EV infrastructure? These are just some of the questions which will be addressed in the agenda