2014 CCI Turkey Conference

Cotton Council International will sponsor a conference in Bodrum, Turkey at the Kempinski Barbaros Bay Hotel on “Shaping Cotton’s Future” on June 12 – 14. U.S. exporters and their agents are invited to send, at their own expense, representatives of their firms to this conference.

Enclosed are the agenda the registration form. The registration form should be returned by May 14, 2014 to Ms. Erin McKenna at fax number 202-483-4040 or by email emckenna@cotton.org. Individual participants are responsible their own transportation and hotel arrangements.

Also if an exporter/agent would like to stay at the hotel, we have a group rate reserved of 230 Euros including breakfast and taxes.  CCI will make a room available from its block for self-pay up to 14 May 2014 and there after on a space available basis.

If you have any questions, please contact Erin McKenna at (202) 745-7805.

042314-2014 CCI Turkey Conference – Registration Form

042314-2014 CCI Turkey Conference – Memo

042314-2014 CCI Turkey Conference – Agenda

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