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ICA international trade event to be held in October
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Jul '11
Our next major networking event is the 'ICA International Trade Conference and Dinner' on October 20/21 in Liverpool, UK at the Crowne Plaza Hotel and St George's Hall.

Regularly attracting 500+ delegates from the international cotton community, the event is open to anybody with an interest in the cotton trade. We are currently finalising the programme, but we can confirm that your ticket will include:

• a chance to network and focus on business with other industry professionals
• access to a series of topical and informative industry presentations on October 20/21
• a networking cocktail reception on October 20
• a networking lunch on October 21
• a gala dinner and 'after show' reception on October 21
• and, for the first time, the event will play host to the ICA Annual General Meeting

This annual event regularly attracts 500+ delegates. It is an ideal platform for you to promote your business. We have introduced two sponsorship packages to give firms maximum exposure and a guarantee that their business profile will be lifted throughout the global cotton community.

The International Cotton Association is the world's leading international cotton trade association and arbitral body. We carry 170 years of history and a clear mission for the future to protect the legitimate interests of all those involved in the cotton trade.

International Cotton Association Ltd


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