The gulf region’s largest gold convention will go ahead as a hybrid event in Dubai on 23 November.
Host venue is Armani Burj Khalifa, which will welcome gold industry companies, mine representatives, refiners, traders, and government officials and regulators from across the world.
The event is organised by IBMC International who claim that Global Gold Convention 2020 is the first ‘hybrid’ industry-led event this year in Dubai. It will be held in strict compliance with Covid-19 protocols and guidelines.
Sheikh Khalid Bin Ahmed Al Hamed, Chairman of IBMC UAE, said: “Encouraged by the overwhelming success of the 2019 convention, we have decided to widen the scope to global levels and to hold the conference as the first major event from Dubai this year which will demonstrate the UAE economy’s resilience power and the gold industry’s potential to make the UAE the hub of global gold trade.”
Sajith Kumar PK, managing director and CEO of IBMC, added: “This year the convention has opened up to global gold economies to explore innovative and secured business and investment opportunities from the UAE. We have scheduled separate sessions for the newly launched IBMC projects including US Digital & Stable Gold Currency, SME Economy e-Marketplace Platform for Secured Gold Business and selected country focused industry sessions from 33 participating countries including Israel.”