50 take on total trade training
In association with Beijing Cotton Outlook Consulting (BCO), the International Cotton Association (ICA) delivered a two-day ‘Total Trade’ training course last month to over 50 delegates in Luoyang, China.
Developed in response to industry demand, the training was delivered by Dr Robert Jiang (Operations & Development Manager, ICA) on 23-24 October and concentrated on all aspects of cotton and yarn trade.
Robert said: “Total Trade training aims to provide an insight into the key areas of cotton and yarn trading in an interactive learning environment. This year’s event is more riveting in light of some fundamental changes to the import volume, policies and inspections. I am very pleased with the success of this course and would like to express my gratitude to BCO for their support in helping us to deliver the training so effectively”.
The training focused on four key areas; The trading process as a whole, Experience of business enterprises, Problem avoidance and Relationship building.
The ICA plans to deliver more Total Trade training courses at various global locations in the future.
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