Registration Now Open for Cotton International’s 2012 Global Summit
For cotton and textile professionals who are looking for innovative ways to succeed in today’s volatile marketplace, help is on the way: Registration for the Cotton International 2012 Global Summit is now open.
December 21, 2011
For cotton and textile professionals who are looking for innovative ways to succeed in today’s volatile marketplace, help is on the way: Registration for the Cotton International 2012 Global Summit is now open. Space is limited, so those interested in attending are encouraged to register immediately and reserve their place at this innovative event. Even better, those who take the time to register now will be rewarded with a significant early registration discount.
Scheduled for April 25-27 at Bangkok’s elegant Landmark Hotel, the Summit will gather together cotton and textile industry leaders, as well as their allied business partners from throughout the supply chain, to identify creative new ways of converting market volatility into a competitive advantage. The topics that will be addressed by the panels of expert speakers include:
- changing global market dynamics,
- developments in emerging markets,
- global trade patterns,
- contract sanctity in the value chain, and
- risk-management strategies for mill owners.
“The textile industry finds itself dealing with volatile raw material prices and relatively inflexible retail prices, so survival depends on the ability to adapt business models in an ever-changing environment,” said Christian Schindler, director general of the International Textile Manufacturers Federation (ITMF). “That’s why it’s so crucial to meet, discuss and analyze future challenges and opportunities with business partners from all sectors of the cotton and textile industries. The Cotton International 2012 Global Summit in Bangkok will be an ideal occasion to do that.”
To reserve your place and take advantage of the early registration discount for the Cotton International 2012 Global Summit, please click here.
For more information about the Summit’s sessions and agenda, please click here.
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