Mining

Communicate the sector's value through strategies based on innovation and sustainable development.

The mining industry sector, strongly consolidated in South America, represents a key growth factor for domestic economies and offers major opportunities for regional development.

This industrial sector is however prone to crises, as consequence of the scarce communication about the value which this activity provides to the South American economies and societies. This moment of changes offers big challenges and opportunities, in a context where actions are needed in order to recover confidence and credibility.

Mining requires new strategies based on innovation and in creating long-term value throughout the entire production chain, in order to operate sustainably and respectfully with the environment.

In this context of incertitude and challenges for this industry, an exhaustive management is furthermore required through active listening tools that permit risks to be identified, the social impact to be measured and decisions to be taken more swiftly, to anticipate potential threats.

The mining sector also needs to establish a consolidated relation with the regulator regarding natural resources protection policies, adapting to the regulatory environment and a momentum for transparency, in order to achieve the creation of common interest scenarios.

New communication strategies are also required, that make known the benefits which this activity provides to the environment and communities, in order to build win-win relations with all the implicated stakeholders.

Thanks to their specialised knowledge, the LLYC professionals offer the best results, providing an integrated strategy that combines expertise in each local market and interconnection at regional level, facilitating decision-making in underplaying potential risks and in building long-lasting relations with the stakeholders.

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Partner and Chief Talent Officer
Luis Miguel Peña
+34 91 563 77 22
Senior Consultant
Raquel Tintaya
+51 1 222 9491
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