COTTON USA Executive Delegation

Cotton Council International is sponsoring the COTTON USA Executive Delegation to India and Bangladesh.  U.S. exporters and their agents are invited to send, at their own expense, representatives of their firms to the following:

  • Monday, July 9 – COTTON USA Conference Mumbai
  • Wednesday, July 11 – COTTON USA Conference Coimbatore
  • Friday, July 13 – COTTON USA Conference New Delhi
  • Monday, July 16 – COTTON DAY Bangladesh

Registration forms should be returned by June 15 to Erin Ray at fax number 202-483-4040 or by eray@cotton.org. Individual participants are responsible their own transportation and hotel arrangements.

If you have any questions regarding the above, please do not hesitate to contact Erin Ray by telephone at (202) 745-7805.

2018-0523 COTTON USA Executive Delegation Registration Form

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