PDAC Convention

PDAC Convention | ExpoQuote

The PDAC Convention is The World’s Premier Mineral Exploration & Mining Convention. This is the leading event for people, companies and organizations connected to mineral exploration.

There are hundreds of exhibitions in Canada every year. This annual convention in Toronto, Canada is known for attracting up to 30,000 attendees from over 130+ countries for its educational programming, networking events, outstanding business opportunities and fun.

Since it began in 1932, the PDAC Convention has grown in size, stature and influence. Today, it is the event of choice for the world’s mineral industry hosting more than 1,100 exhibitors and 2,500 investors.

The Prospectors & Developers Association of Canada (PDAC) is the leading voice of the mineral exploration and development community, an industry that supports 719,000 people in direct and indirect employment, and contributes $106 billion to Canada’s GDP every year. Representing over 6,000 members around the world, PDAC’s work centres on supporting a competitive, responsible, and sustainable mineral sector.

Exhibitors from all around the world who attend, want their displays to sing. ExpoQuote is one of the leading companies globally for stand designs. ExpoQuote works with a variety of Canadian stand builders who have a track record in delivering high quality builds. This ensures only the very best end product will be produced. Our local panel of exhibition stand builders in Toronto who work closely with ExpoQuote have produced an array of designs for various companies across a multitude of industries. They know how to get the best out of the space and funding available. 

Throughout the year there are other mining exhibitions put on outside of Canada. Australia has a booming mining industry, therefore there are a few mining exhibitions there such as The Queensland Mining & Engineering Expo (QME) hosted at Mackay Showground is a prime example. 

The PDAC Convention occurs in March annually at The Metro Toronto Convention Centre.


Source: pdac.ca