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Registrations open soon for the International Wool Textile Organisation’s (IWTO) annual Congress, which is taking place on 15-17 April 2024 in Adelaide, South Australia.

SAVE THE DATE! 15-17 April

The IWTO Congress is the annual gathering of the entire wool industry, connecting farm with fashion and attracting the most influential players within the global wool and textile industry.

The theme of the 2024 Congress is an ‘An Industry Interwoven’ which is reflected in the wide range of speakers and attendees, including woolgrowers, spinners, weavers, garment manufacturers, designers and retailers – all united to discuss the opportunities for wool in an evolving global economic and social landscape.

Co-hosted by Wool Industries Australia (WIA), the 2024 Congress will be held at the Adelaide Oval, one of the most picturesque sporting grounds in the world.

Featuring presentations from local and international speakers, the program will cover a broad range of topics including manufacturing insights, product innovations, market intelligence, retail trends, marketing innovation, sustainability and traceability.

“The Congress is a wonderful opportunity for Australia to showcase its wool industry and many success stories,” AWI CEO John Roberts said. “We’re hoping that many woolgrowers will attend the Congress and take the opportunity to connect with the rest of the global wool supply chain.”

AWI is a proud sponsor of the 2024 congress.

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More information: Further information will be available at www.iwto.org. A discounted rate of $500 + GST has been negotiated for Australian woolgrowers. If you are a wool levy payer and are interested in attending the Congress, please click this link https://info.wool.com/iwto or use the QR code below and enter your details to register your interest. There is a maximum of 100 places available at this discounted rate, so you are advised to register early for a chance to access this lower rate.

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This article appeared in the December 2023 edition of AWI’s Beyond the Bale magazine. Reproduction of the article is encouraged.

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