Success in the cotton textile-apparel complex requires an understanding of the complexities and the balance of raw material supply and demand, supply chain dynamics and consumer marketing.
Through keynote speakers, expert panels and networking events, the Retail and Marketing Leadership Summit will offer an exclusive and unique forum for the world’s top brands and retailers to discuss these critical issues in apparel sourcing, and their implications for the future.
This invitation-only event will provide opportunities for attendees to engage with top industry experts on topics including: the latest world economic developments, the changing retail landscape, connecting with consumers, paradigm shifts in sourcing, customer and supplier relationships and creating responsible and transparent supply chains.
National Cotton Council of America
The S Studio
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