The International Cotton Association (ICA) has announced that its annual trade event for 2021 will go ahead in a hybrid format. The event will take place in Liverpool on October 6, where the ICA has its headquarters.
On the other side, because of covid restrictions, delegates will unable to travel to the UK. That’s why they will be able to attend virtually.
In the build-up to the event, ICA announced that Joe Nicosia, head of the cotton platform at agricultural merchant and processor Louis Dreyfus Company, will deliver the keynote address at the event.
A popular speaker and incisive analyst of the global cotton market, Mr. Nicosia will give an address entitled simply ‘Outlook on cotton’.
ICA expected the talk would attract “many physical and virtual participants”.