36th INTERNATIONAL COTTON CONFERENCE BREMEN

March 30 and 31, 2022

The bi-annual Bremen Cotton Conference is where specialists from the worldwide textile supply chain come together. The conference will provide a forum for scientifically founded and practically useful new insights into key issues surrounding cotton production, cotton quality, textile processing, innovative cotton-based products and the chain connecting all.

In March 2022 we will offer you a HYBRID format. This means that the event will take place both in person and digitally to enable people to convene in Bremen and at the same time to join online in case you are not able to travel. The Bremen Cotton Exchange and the Faserinstitut Bremen (FIBRE) as organizers decided to offer this future-oriented solution with a variety of communication and meeting options.

We are looking forward to welcoming guests from the international cotton value chain back to Bremen’s old Hanseatic city. With the motto ‘Cotton Decoded’, we will explore cotton research as well as a wide range of topics along the entire supply chain. The hybrid cotton week provides the perfect ground for networking, business, talk politics and socializing – independently if you attend virtually or on-site in Bremen.

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