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Theme of Cotton's Revolutions - Sourcing to sustainability
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The three-day Cotton's Revolutions Conference in HYATT regency, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, will gather cotton textile, brand and retail business leaders from Europe, the U.S. and South and Southeast Asia to discuss how major developments in the world economy and society will affect a business's survival.

The invitation-only conference will be held June 1-3 to provide a forum for strategic thinking and to establish new sourcing connections between brand and retail buyers and cotton product suppliers.

Erik Peterson, CEO of the Center for Strategic and International Studies in Washington, DC, will deliver the keynote address “Exploring the Impact of the Seven Revolutions on the Cotton Supply Chain.” Business forums will explore issues affecting the global cotton industry, from sourcing to sustainability.

The business world is more dynamic than ever before. Understanding the changes and moving with them is critical to a business's survival. This conference will gather cotton textile, brand and retail business leaders from Europe, the United States and South and Southeast Asia to discuss how major developments in the world economy and society will affect our businesses.

Population - Resources - Technology - Information - Integration - Conflict - Governance

Changes and developments relating to each of these elements can affect the economic and political landscape and impact your business, whether a manufacturer or a brand/retailer.


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