Timothy Schultz

Partner, South Africa Brunswick Group

Timothy has 20 years of in-house and consultancy experience providing strategy, reputation, crisis and stakeholder relations advice to the top leadership of major public and private sector organisations in the UK and South Africa.

His sector experience includes mining, ICT, telecoms, banking, education, professional services, investment promotion and country brand marketing. At Brunswick his clients have included Anglo American, Goldman Sachs, MTN, Lonmin, McKinsey & Company, Barclays Africa, Kumba and Woolworths.

Timothy advises on a wide range of issues from top leadership positioning, financial situations and litigation, through to navigating public affairs and corporate governance failures and responding to serious labour and community conflict crises.

He is the South Africa lead for Brunswick’s Young Leaders in Mining Programme at the annual Mining Indaba in Cape Town. Prior to joining Brunswick, he worked with Brand South Africa, the Chamber of Mines, and Coca-Cola’s 2010 FIFA World Cup campaign.


Mining Indaba Agenda Sessions

Opening Remarks

Thursday 09 February 09:00 - 09:10 Main Stage

Young Leaders Programme

Add to calendar 02/09/2023 09:00 02/09/2023 09:10 Opening Remarks Main Stage Europe/London

Session 3: The new Mining/Energy complex

The mining and energy sectors are increasingly interlinked. There will be no global energy transition without mining. Mining will need to both create and be supported by new and complex energy ecosystems. From copper to battery metals, green steel to platinum group metals, mining produces the critical minerals required for great electrification and the energy transition. Mines are also some of the largest independent power producers as they both decarbonize and move off grid. But navigating towards a decarbonised post-COP27 world is fraught with complexity as miners develop and deploy new technologies, adapt to changing value chains, and seek the skills required for the journey.

Thursday 09 February 10:20 - 10:55 Main Stage

Young Leaders Programme

Add to calendar 02/09/2023 10:20 02/09/2023 10:55 Session 3: The new Mining/Energy complex The mining and energy sectors are increasingly interlinked. There will be no global energy transition without mining. Mining will need to both create and be supported by new and complex energy ecosystems. From copper to battery metals, green steel to platinum group metals, mining produces the critical minerals required for great electrification and the energy transition. Mines are also some of the largest independent power producers as they both decarbonize and move off grid. But navigating towards a decarbonised post-COP27 world is fraught with complexity as miners develop and deploy new technologies, adapt to changing value chains, and seek the skills required for the journey. Main Stage Europe/London

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