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Organic Exchange Global Conference & Marketplace to be held in Oct
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Sep '08
In the midst of a rapidly changing world economy, increasing energy costs, environmental uncertainty, and mounting demands for sustainable practices, organic cotton is emerging as a clear choice for successful businesses around the globe.

More than a simple marketing tactic or a small aspect of corporate social responsibility, businesses are discovering that organic cotton is both a tool for increasing the bottom line today, and a critical investment in the value chain of tomorrow.

October 14-17 2008, Porto Palacio Congress Hotel & Spa Porto, Portugal
In Portugal, we explore the role of organic cotton in the current and future business landscape. The conference will bring together all members of the cotton value chain to learn about and discuss best practices, emerging issues and strategies to maximize the return on investment from organic cotton.

The 2008 Organic Exchange Global Conference and Marketplace is the premier event for anyone involved in the organic fiber value chain.

Organic Exchange


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