MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Delegates at the National Cotton Council’s (NCC) upcoming annual meeting will review and approve resolutions to help U.S. cotton’s central organization guide the U.S. cotton industry in the coming year.
At this forum, set for February 10-12 at the Fairmont Hotel in Dallas, Texas, industry representatives from the 17 cotton-producing states and all seven industry segments will establish policies reflecting common interests and promoting mutual benefits for its broad membership and ancillary industries.
Highlights of the meeting’s General Session on February 12 include: 1) NCC Chairman Ted Schneider reporting on major NCC activities and issues the industry will face in 2023 and 2) Dr. Jody Campiche, the NCC’s vice president of Economics & Policy Analysis, presenting the NCC’s Economic Outlook that includes the NCC’s 2023 planting intentions survey results.
Prior to that session, the American Cotton Producers and the National Cotton Ginners Association directors will meet on February 10. Todd Buchholz, an internationally known commentator for major media outlets on the world economy, technology and financial markets, will share his insights at a luncheon on February 11.
As the unifying force of the U.S. cotton industry, the NCC has a mission of ensuring the ability of all industry segments to compete effectively and profitably in the raw cotton, oilseed and U.S.-manufactured product markets at home and abroad.
For more information or to pre-register, visit the Annual Meeting web page.