Feb 6-9, 2023
Cape town, Africa

INDABA
2023

Join us at the largest Pan-African mining industry event

In partnership with:

Canadian Pavilion

Interact

with buyers and key decision-makers to build relationships that generate business.

This years theme at Mining Indaba is: Unlocking The Future Of African Mining

THE LARGEST AFRICAN MINING EVENT

Mining INDABA 2023 in numbers:

Countries

Mining Companies

mining experts attend Mining Indaba every year

Mining Indaba is more than just a conference, it’s a place where multi-million dollar deals are done, and life-long partnerships are discovered.

Leverage the Canada Brand - Trusted, Reliable & Safe

Become an official delegate of the Canada Pavilion which is perfectly located to maximize traffic on the trade show floor.

The Canada Pavilion provides a more substantial presence and robust experience with value added amenities including:

Canada Café

Host prospective clients to a coffee or water in our café area. A great place to have an impromptu meeting if you are unable to facilitate at your dedicated area in the Pavilion.

Canada Café

Host prospective clients to a coffee or water in our café area.

A great place to have an impromptu meeting if you are unable to facilitate at your dedicated area in the Pavilion.

Canada Board Room

Indaba - Canada Board Room

Have closed door scheduled B2B meetings with potential clients.

See the different options for your specific needs

Option 1

VIP Corner Lounge Presence
(Only 2 Spots)

Indaba Canada VIP Lounge

The premier location to maximize your presence inside the Canada Pavilion showing your leadership as a top Canada mining supplier.

Option 2

Board Room Side Lounge Presence
(Only 2 Spots)

Located beside the Canada Board Room, the side lounge option provides the next level of premium presence inside the Canada Pavilion

Option 3

Pavilion Pod Presence
(6 pods)

Mining Indaba - Canada Pavilion

A popular option for a small to medium sized company that would like its own specific presence inside the Canada Pavilion.

Option 4

MSTA CANADA Walkabout Option

For companies that are just starting out or assessing a market for opportunities or resource constrained to have a more visual presence as part of their marketing strategy, MSTA CANADA offers their famous “Walk About” program. It allows companies a chance to be part of a much larger ecosystem that attracts buyers interested in “Made in Canada” solutions.

APPLICATION

TERMS & CONDITIONS

The following conditions, as well as any rules and regulations laid down by the “Show Organizers” of INDABA 2023 “The Show”, are part of the Participation Agreement made through the signing of this “Standard Application and Contract Form”, as though fully incorporated therein, and each participant, hereinafter referred to as “Exhibitor”, is bound by each and every one thereof.

MSTA CANADA, hereinafter referred to as “Management”, undertakes within the framework of the offer submitted to carry out the project described in The Show’s Canada Pavilion sales package, on the condition that the requisite number of exhibitors apply.

1. Space Assignments: Management and the show organizers have the sole authority to assign, reassign and allocate exhibit space. Management reserves the right to accept or refuse applications for any reason and confirmation of participation is made solely by Management. No assignment will be official until a completed application and the proper payment has been received and accepted by Management. The location and layout of Canada Pavilion are subject to change at the sole discretion of Management and the Show Organizers. Space numbers printed in the Pavilion floor plan are for Pavilion reference use only. Official booth numbers will subsequently be assigned to each exhibitor at a later date.

2. Two-Storey Stands: Not applicable to this event.

3. Exhibitor’s insurance: Exhibitors must obtain insurance protection for all third party risks and to ensure that Management, the Show Organizer, their Related Bodies Corporate and their respective Personnel are named as insured’s in the insurance policy covering the Exhibitor’s participation in The Show. The minimum insurance protection which Exhibitors are required to obtain or provide in respect of their participation in The Show is the higher of: a) the existing third party insurance of the Exhibitor, or b) an amount not less than one million Canadian dollars ($1,000,000) for any one accident or occurrence.

Exhibitor agrees to provide their own property and liability insurance, to make payments for exhibit space and additional expenses as scheduled and not to reassign, grant or license the use of Exhibitor’s space without written consent from Management. Exhibitor agrees to keep a fully equipped, staffed stand at opening hours throughout The Show. Should an Exhibitor’s stand be left unattended, Management may make provisions to equip and staff the stand at the Exhibitor’s expense. Exhibitor also agrees to take responsibility for all costs for shipping, duties, and handling of all its goods and materials, and the removal of said material from the exhibition site after the event. Management has the right to have any material left by an exhibitor removed after the close of The Show at the Exhibitor’s expense.

4. Sharing of Stand: The Exhibitor agrees not to share or sublease the contracted space or stands without express, written consent of Management. In cases where Exhibitor has co-exhibitors within its exhibit, the primary Exhibitor will be responsible for all payments.

5. Liability: The Exhibitor, their contractors, and their respective personnel and delegates participate in The Show at their own risk. The Exhibitor agrees that the Management will not be liable to the Exhibitor for any claims, losses, suits, damages, judgments, expenses, costs or charges of any kind made or brought against the Exhibitor resulting from its occupancy of the space contracted herein for by reason of personal injuries, death, property damages or any other cause sustained by any persons or others. This will include, but not limited to, loss or damage to displays or goods belonging to the Exhibitor and respective personnel whether resulting from fire, storms, acts of God, air conditioning or heating failure, theft, pilferage, mysterious disappearance, bomb threats or other causes. The Exhibitor agrees that Management shall not be responsible in the event of any errors or omissions in the listings in the exhibition official directory and in any promotional material. The Exhibitor also agrees that Management will not be liable to the Exhibitor for any claims against the Exhibitor or for any damages, costs and expenses, including, without limitation, attorney’s fees and amounts paid in settlement, incurred by the Exhibitor in connection with such claims against the Exhibitor arising out of the acts or negligence of Exhibitor, his agents, respective personnel and delegates.

6. Exhibitor Cancellation or Space Reduction: Because Management bases its irrevocable space and rental commitment of the Exhibitor’s participation commitment, by signing the Stand Application and Contract Form, the Exhibitor is committed to paying 100% of the Total Participation Fee to Management regardless of written notice from Exhibitor to cancel participation. If a formal cancellation is made, the following guidelines will apply:

(a) Written notification of the intention to cancel received by Management will result in a refund of 80% of the Contract Price but ONLY if the booth space can be resold. Management will endeavour to resell the booth space behalf of the Exhibitor.

(b) The cancellation fees are considered to be liquidated damages for the injuries Management will suffer as a result of Exhibitor’s cancellation. The Exhibitor acknowledges that damages for breach of this contract are difficult to ascertain at the time of this contract’s formation and moreover, the Exhibitor also acknowledges that its withdrawal or reduction from its reserved space at a time when other entities would be interested in occupying it will cause Management to sustain damages. In such situations the Management’s damages will be significant, but not precisely calculable. This provision for liquidated and agreed upon damages is not a penalty and therefore the provision for liquidated damages is valid. Any cancellation subsequent to Management’s receipt of this signed Contract will entail a cancellation fee.

7. Show Cancellation: In the event of cancellation of The Show or any part thereof for any reason whatsoever, Management shall not be under any liability whatsoever for any expenditure, loss or liability, incurred by Exhibitors, and Management shall be entitled to retain all sums paid by Exhibitors or such part thereof as the Management, in its absolute discretion, considers necessary to cover Managements expenses incurred with The Show. The amount (if any) of any sums not retained by Management as necessary to cover Management’s expenses will be refunded to Exhibitors.

8. Force Majeure: In the event of fire, war, inclement weather, public calamity, force majeure or other reasons beyond Management’s control preventing all that is indispensable to the staging of the Canada Pavilion, Management may decide at any time to cancel all applications for Exhibit Space already filed while notifying the Exhibitors of this decision in writing. Whatever the reasons of such cancellation, the Exhibitors are not entitled to any compensation or indemnity. Funds remaining after payment of all cost will be distributed among Exhibitors proportionately to the amounts paid by them. It is herein expressly agreed that Exhibitors shall have no rights of preferring claims against Management on any ground or for any reasons whatsoever.

9. Intellectual Property: Exhibitor affirms that, to the best of its knowledge, it has the legal authority for its use of any intellectual property associated with any product or promotional material that it will display, offer, or otherwise use in its exhibit at the trade show/event and that it will not knowingly infringe the intellectual property rights of another party.

INDABA OPTIONS

TERMS & CONDITIONS

The following conditions are part of the Participation Agreement made through the signing of this “Standard Application and Contract Form”, as though fully incorporated therein, and each participant, hereinafter referred to as “Delegate”, is bound by each and every one thereof. MSTA CANADA, hereinafter referred to as “Management”, undertakes within the framework of the offer submitted to carry out the project described in Trade Mission sales package, on the condition that the requisite number of Delegates apply.

1. Delegate’s insurance: Delegates must obtain insurance protection for all third party risks and to ensure that Management and their respective Personnel are named as insured’s in the insurance policy covering the Delegate’s participation. The minimum insurance protection which Delegates are required to obtain or provide in respect of their participation in The Mission is the higher of: a) the existing third party insurance of the Delegate, or b) an amount not less than one million Canadian dollars ($1,000,000) for any one accident or occurrence. Delegate also agrees to take responsibility for all costs for additional transportation and lodging expenses not expressly covered as stated in The Mission sales package. Delegate agrees to any additional shipping, duties, and handling of all its goods and materials, and the removal of said material from the locations visited during The Mission.

2. Liability: The Delegate, their contractors, and their respective personnel and delegates participate in The Mission at their own risk. The Delegate agrees that the Management will not be liable to the Delegate for any claims, losses, suits, damages, judgments, expenses, costs or charges of any kind made or brought against the Delegate resulting from its occupancy of the space contracted herein for by reason of personal injuries, death, property damages or any other cause sustained by any persons or others. This will include, but not limited to, loss or damage to displays or goods belonging to the Delegate and respective personnel whether resulting from fire, storms, acts of God, air conditioning or heating failure, theft, pilferage, mysterious disappearance, bomb threats or other causes. The Delegate agrees that Management shall not be responsible in the event of any errors or omissions in the listings of any official directory and in any promotional material. The Delegate also agrees that Management will not be liable to the Delegate for any claims against the Delegate or for any damages, costs and expenses, including, without limitation, attorney’s fees and amounts paid in settlement, incurred by the Delegate in connection with such claims against the Delegate arising out of the acts or negligence of Delegate, his agents, respective personnel and delegates.

3. Delegate Cancellation: Because Management bases its irrevocable commitment of the Delegate’s participation by signing the Stand Application and Contract Form, the Delegate is committed to paying 100% of the Total Participation Fee to Management regardless of written notice from Delegate to cancel participation. If a formal cancellation is made, the following guidelines will apply: (a) Written notification of the intention to cancel received by Management will result in a refund of 80% of the Contract Price but ONLY if the space can be resold. Management will endeavour to resell the space on behalf of the Delegate. (b) The cancellation fees are considered to be liquidated damages for the injuries Management will suffer as a result of Delegate’s cancellation. The Delegate acknowledges that damages for breach of this contract are difficult to ascertain at the time of this contract’s formation and moreover, the Delegate also acknowledges that its withdrawal or reduction from its reserved space at a time when other entities would be interested in occupying it will cause Management to sustain damages. In such situations the Management’s damages will be significant, but not precisely calculable. This provision for liquidated and agreed upon damages is not a penalty and therefore the provision for liquidated damages is valid. Any cancellation subsequent to Management’s receipt of this signed Contract will entail a cancellation fee.

4. Event Cancellation: In the event of cancellation of The Mission or any part thereof for any reason whatsoever, Management shall not be under any liability whatsoever for any expenditure, loss or liability, incurred by Delegates, and Management shall be entitled to retain all sums paid by Delegates or such part thereof as the Management, in its absolute discretion, considers necessary to cover Managements expenses incurred with The Mission. The amount (if any) of any sums not retained by Management as necessary to cover Management’s expenses will be refunded to Delegates.

5. Force Majeure: In the event of fire, war, inclement weather, public calamity, force majeure or other reasons beyond Management’s control preventing all that is indispensable to the staging of The Mission, Management may decide at any time to cancel all applications for The Mission already filed while notifying the Delegates of this decision in writing. Whatever the reasons of such cancellation, the Delegates are not entitled to any compensation or indemnity. Funds remaining after payment of all cost will be distributed among Delegates proportionately to the amounts paid by them. It is herein expressly agreed that Delegates shall have no rights of preferring claims against Management on any ground or for any reasons whatsoever.

6. Intellectual Property: Delegate affirms that, to the best of its knowledge, it has the legal authority for its use of any intellectual property associated with any product or promotional material that it will display, offer, or otherwise use in its exhibit during The Mission and that it will not knowingly infringe the intellectual property rights of another party.

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