Take a look at the main benefits of becoming an IBRAM member:
IBRAM defends the common interests of the mineral sector in public spheres (executive, legislative and judiciary) in Brasília (DF) and other states and municipalities that host mining activities.
- As a member, you will gain access to a large exchange of ideas and knowledge, as well as discussions on obstacles and other matters of interest to the mining industry, mainly at events promoted by the association. In order to encourage participation, IBRAM offers discounts on registration fees to its members.
- The events promoted by the Association are always of great interest and the best spaces for stands are quickly rented. Members are given priority on choosing and renting spaces at fairs such as EXPOSIBRAM.
- Due to their involvement in a dynamic and global market, businesspeople need to be constantly up-to-date on events within the sector on a national and international level.
- On joining IBRAM, companies periodically receive information of interest to the mineral sector by way of a daily news bulletin via email, a monthly newsletter, and the Mining Industry Journal (bimonthly publication), amongst others.
- Members are invited to participate in all General Assemblies held by the Association.
- Guaranteeing representation amongst the most diverse players of the sector is fundamental to increasing the competitiveness of companies. New members gain access to the full IBRAM mailing list to promote its products and services.
- The Association’s head office is located in a privileged area of the federal capital. All members can request that space be made available within IBRAM installations for meetings or events organised by your company.
IBRAM is a private, not-for-profit association whose objective is to congregate, represent, promote and disseminate the Brazilian mining industry, contributing to its national and international competitiveness. It is considered to be the spokesperson of Brazilian mining.
The Brazilian Mining Association is the spokesperson of the Brazilian mining industry and its objective is to congregate, represent, promote and disseminate mining, and contribute to its national and international competitiveness.