The “Great Ideas in Cotton” conference, jointly organized by Cotton Incorporated and Cotton Council International, takes place in Hong Kong at The Mira Hong Kong. The event includes informative technical presentations, and an exhibit hall featuring vendors with leading cotton innovations.
The conference presents innovative cotton textile concepts and technologies in an effort to help mills, brands and retailers maximize production efficiencies, minimize costs, and reduce the impact of cotton textiles on the environment. “As an independent, not-for-profit company with a global perspective, Cotton Incorporated is a unique position to identify and share viable innovations that can benefit textile businesses,” says Mark Messura, Cotton Incorporated Senior Vice President, Global Supply Chain Marketing.
The technical content of the conference is aimed at businesses in the region who are actively pursuing solutions to decrease costs, achieve value-added performance, reduce environmental impact, and produce innovative products. Along with gaining insight solutions to addresses current cotton textile industry demands, such as remaining competitive and sustaining growth, the event allows participants with the opportunity to network with other industry leaders and learn about innovations that will enhance their cotton business.
In addition, the conference will showcase an inspirational collection of cotton-rich designer garments supported by updates on trend forecast presentations for the Fall/Winter 2013/2014 presentations season.
Over 300 overseas and local delegates from international brands, retailers, manufacturing mills, and sourcing groups in the textile, and apparel industry will attend the event
As an independent, not-for-profit company, Cotton Incorporated is dedicated to promoting the use of cotton and provides technical and marketing support to assist companies working with cotton. “We focus our efforts across every area of the cotton life cycle from fiber through finished product. So, no matter where your business falls on the global cotton supply chain, you can partner with us to identify goals, enhance products and processes, solve problems or brainstorm ways to create new opportunities. ” says Mr. Berrye Worsham, President & CEO, Cotton Incorporated.