Mapping your Future in METS
Show your capabilities to policy makers, collaborators, and potential customers by registering for the METS NSW Map.
Do you provide a unique product or service that can be sold to and utilised by the mining industry?
Are you involved in the exploration, planning, development, operations, transport and logistics, remediation or another core segment of the mining industry?
Are you part of a large or small business, research institution, government agency, or industry group who contributes a service, product, research or development for the resources industry?
Do you have a NSW business address?
Your work can be classified as a METS (Mining Equipment, Technology and Services) endeavor.
To assist you in growing your business, METS NSW, and other participants in the METS supply chain, need to know where you are, and what your capabilities are.
So take the opportunity to make yourself known on the METS NSW Map now.
PUTTING YOURSELF ON THE MAP
Collectively, METS companies and organisations are a major contributor to the Australian economy. Individually, and regardless of size, every METS company has an important role to play in the future of the sector.
Whether you are looking for sector partners who can complement your skillset, are interested in innovative practice and needing R&D support, or merely wanting to promote the provision of your quality METS products and services, the METS Map is for you.
Requiring no commitment or extra responsibility on your part, the METS Map is a free marketing tool funded by the NSW Government to promote the Mining Equipment, Technology, and Services sector of NSW.
It only takes five minutes to register for the METS Map. Not only does it give you access to potential collaborators, with your company on the METS Map, you will become a visible player in the sector.
WHO IS BEHIND THE METS NSW MAP?
Established under the NSW Government funded NSW Energy and Resources Knowledge Hub, METS NSW is a partnership between government, industry, and research bodies aimed at creating growth in the METS sector.
METS NSW involves the Newcastle Institute for Energy and Resources (NIER), NSW Department of Industry The National Growth Centre, METS Ignited and industry bodies, HunterNet, Austmine, Dantia, Austrade and AiGroup.
METS NSW is focused on offering easy opportunities for collaboration and knowledge transfer and assisting businesses and researchers to identify and respond to new markets.
WHO WILL USE THE METS NSW MAP?
From IT solutions and human resource management specific to the resource sector, through to the development of advanced mining technologies, METS companies help improve the productivity, efficiency and optimisation of the mining industry.
With your help, the METS NSW Map will become an essential product and services guide for decision makers, planners, thought leaders and strategy makers from METS and mining, all levels of government, research institutions and industry both domestically and internationally.
By detailing the location and capability of METS related organisations throughout the state, the Map will not only promote your business to potential customers and collaborators, but will inform planning and policy to reflect the current METS reality.
This in turn will allow METS NSW to facilitate programs in your area, and unlock METS opportunities for you.
By registering for the METS NSW Map, you will include your enterprise in esteemed company, helping to build a picture of current METS realities on the tradition of quality and innovation in this state.
HOW DO YOU REGISTER FOR THE MAP?
Explore the METS NSW Map here (tip: this map works best using a internet Chrome browser. People using Internet Explorer seem to have troubles.) Click on the blue drop down menu box to sign up and register your organisation.
When registering, you will be prompted to enter the details of your organisation such as key contacts, location and areas of expertise within the mining process supply chain.
There is the option to upload a logo or to submit an organisation blurb. You are able to specify what, if any, contact details to display on the map.
If you have any questions, contact Kate Fagan on 02 4985 4499 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Some organisations that work with the mining sector or do not realise they are part of the METS field.
These organisations risk being overlooked by potential collaborators, business partners, or support networks by not joining the METS Map.
If you know of a business that should be represented on the map, please send them this link: http://www.energyinnovation.net.au/mets-map-faq