Cotton USA Conference Istanbul, Turkey October 27, 2011

 COTTON USA Conference 27 October 2011, Istanbul, Turkey

Cotton Council International will host a COTTON USA Conference in Istanbul on 27 October 2011 called ‘Sourcing in a Volatile World’. The conference is designed to bring together alternative ideas and sourcing strategies to help mills evaluate different approaches to buying cotton in today’s rapidly changing market, as well as consider different ways to price their sales for downstream customers.  A copy of the draft agenda is attached.

It is estimated that over 50 executives from spinning mills in Turkey will attend the Conference as well as agents, fabric and garment manufacturers and local buying offices of brands and retailers for a total attendance of 120 people.  Simultaneous interpretation will be provided.

Enclosed are the registration forms.  Registration forms should be returned by October 8 to Ms. Vaughn Jordan at fax number 202-483-4040.  Exporters and agents can also register on-line at http://www.cottonusaturkey.com/sourcing-in-a-volatile-world-cotton-usa-conference.  The Conference registration fee covers: meeting costs, networking breaks, lunch and cocktail.  Evenings have been left intentionally open for individuals to make their own arrangements with their customers and contacts.  Individual participants are responsible for their own transportation and hotel arrangements.

If you have any questions regarding the above, please do not hesitate to contact Shannon Kelly or Vaughn Jordan by telephone at (202) 745-7805.

Registration Form Cotton USA Conference Istanbul, Turkey

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