Proudly hosted by the Australian Government and the Australian cotton industry, the event will bring together ICAC Members from about 30 countries to meet Australian cotton growers, ginners, shippers, marketers, analysts, brokers, policy makers, textile manufacturers, agricultural suppliers, and investment bankers.

The environment in which the global cotton industry operates is rapidly changing. The challenge worldwide is to continue adapting to these changes, while remaining profitable, sustainable and competitive. The industry faces increased volatility in production, prices and climate, rising input costs, the need to encourage sustainable production systems, an increasing push for a circular textile economy and distortions to production and trade.

The ICAC 78th Plenary Meeting will tackle issues, share ideas and identify effective ways for a more vibrant cotton industry. Delegates can expect lively debate on innovation, fresh ideas, new initiatives and a reflection on the global cotton situation.

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Cotton Australia has formed a number of authentic partnerships with retailers, brands, manufacturers and supply chain partners who share the industry's values. If your organisation believes in reducing environmental footprint, the fair and safe treatment of workers, quality product and supply chain traceability - then we may be in business.

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