Michael Campbell: Economic Realities for Mineral Explorers and Developers
Our second installment of the 2015 AME BC Speaker Series Luncheon will feature Michael Campbell, Business Analyst, Broadcaster and Author.
The luncheon will take place on Tuesday, December 8 at Hyatt Regency Hotel in Vancouver.
Biography: Michael Campbell helps audiences find ways to survive and thrive in today’s tumultuous economic environment. The top-rated business analyst in British Columbia, Michael is the senior business analyst for BCTV News on Global TV and a frequent contributor to their Canada Tonight broadcast. He is also the host of Canada’s top rated financial radio show Money Talks, and the author of the bestseller, Cooking the Books with Mike: Michael Campbell’s Favourite 50 Recipes for Instant Financial Success.
Trained in New York, Michael worked in the investment business for 10 years and has been a successful business owner. He has also written extensively for a number of publications, and is often in high demand in the media due to his outstanding track record, including calling the low on the Canadian dollar in December 2002, the high in November 2007, and his prescient warning in October 2007 of the coming market decline.
The AME BC Speaker Series is a networking lunch event that provides invaluable opportunities for members to connect with industry leaders to gain first-hand accounts of current and upcoming issues in the mineral exploration and development sector.
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Robert Quartermain: Pretivm's Brucejack Project: BC's Next High Grade Gold Mine
Our first installment of the 2015 AME BC Speaker Series Luncheon featured Robert A. Quartermain, Chairman and CEO of Pretivm Resources Inc.
The luncheon took place on Wednesday, September 23 at the Terminal City Club in Vancouver.
Mr. Quartermain's talk discussed how Pretivm is creating value through gold at its 100%-owned, underground Brucejack Project in northern British Columbia, one of the highest-grade undeveloped gold projects in the world. Since discovery of the Valley of the Kings in 2011, the project has advanced rapidly. The Federal and Provincial Environmental Permits have been received and Pretivm is targeting commercial production to commence in 2017.