Can the West Build a Competitive Lithium Ion Supply Chain? – Feb 3, 2021 GCFF Virtual Conference

Published on: January 18, 2021
Author: Editor

Welcome back to GCFF Virtual Conferences 2021! Find the next big junior mining stocks here!

2020 has been both challenging and rewarding for mining investors.  We saw a flurry of financing activity in 2020 and with significant capital deployed in late in the year, investors are excited to see the results in early 2021.

We are holding two online webinars to showcase the top junior mining opportunities in the market to kick-off 2021.  These web-only events will feature over 20 companies in the junior mining space and will allow investors a unique opportunity to see their latest pitches as well as directly ask their CEOs questions about their projects.

GCFF 2021 Feb 3 Chris Berry

Chris Berry will be speaking on February 3 – Base and Energy Metals to talk about the competitiveness of the lithium-ion supply chain in the West compared with China.

As an analyst on lithium, Chris has previously commented on Tesla’s plan to mine its own lithium:

“I personally think that it’s a terrible idea,” Berry said. “I don’t care what Tesla is, a car company or a technology company. I know that’s a big debate. It’s a terrible idea for a company like Tesla, or VW or BMW or whoever, to get into mining because it’s a radically different business.” (source)

Register now to check out what other insights Chris has to offer!  

Chris has been an independent Strategic Metals supply chain analyst since 2009 with a focus on lithium, cobalt, graphite, nickel, copper, and rare earths.

His advisory work provides strategic insights to asset managers, banks, corporates and academia and has a specific focus on how strategic metals supply chains are evolving to create opportunities and threats. Before shifting focus to analysis of these trends, Chris gained twelve years of capital markets experience on both the buy side and sell side.

He has visited and performed economic analysis of metals deposits on six continents and has been featured in multiple media outlets including the Financial Times, The Wall Street Journal, the South China Morning Post and CNN International.

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