Sponsorship

The QEC’s high-level membership, public profile and multi-dimensional work program provides a dynamic opportunity for sponsors to stake their claim in Queensland’s minerals and energy future.

Wide ranging promotion of the QEC and its agenda is integral to success, and sponsors will be able to target their brand to industry, business, government and academia.

Four levels of corporate sponsorship are being offered:
– Platinum
– Gold
– Silver
– In-kind

We can work out a package that suits your business needs.

How will your sponsorship be used?
Your sponsorship will help QEC to continue its promotional activities including events, publications and workshops.
Sponsors are encouraged to identify sponsorship opportunities that align with their own and QEC’s objectives.

To find out more, please click on the following documents:
Sponsorship Proposal
Sponsorship agreement

Fast Facts

  • Queensland has more than half of Australia’s demonstrated economic resources of lead , zinc and silver, nearly 60% of Australia’s demonstrated economic resources of bauxite and and 13% of its copper resources.
    Source: Queensland Government Mining Update

  • Queensland’s resources sector in 2015-16 supported one  in every seven Queensland jobs.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • The Queensland resources sector  covers  just 0.1% of Queensland’s total land surface.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • Queensland’s resources sector in 2015-16 delivered 1 in every five dollars of the state’s economy through our spending in Queensland.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • Queensland’s resources sector in 2015-16 supported one in every seven Queensland jobs and $1 in every $5 of the economy
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • Queensland’s resources sector in 2015-16  supported one in every seven Queensland jobs.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • Queensland’s resources sector in 2015-16 delivered one in every five dollars of the state’s economy through its spending in Queensland.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au

  • Queensland has more than half of Australia’s demonstrated economic resources of lead, zinc,  silver  and bauxite and  13% of Australia’s demonstrated economic resources of and copper.
    Source: Queensland Government

  • Queensland is an important producer of gold, mineral sands, phosphate and magnesite.
    Source: Queensland Government

  • The Queensland resources sector’s land disturbed ‘footprint’ covers just 0.1% of Queensland’s total land surface.
    Source: www.qrc.org.au