COVID-19 OFFICIAL STATEMENT
25 March 2020
With the unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic evolving daily and amid much uncertainty, the 2020 Australian Cotton Conference Committee is of the opinion that the planned Conference in August cannot proceed. The health and safety of our delegates, sponsors and exhibitors, your communities and our industry is the highest priority. We believe it is highly unlikely we’ll be back to “business as usual” by August.
At this time the Committee is in negotiations with the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre to find a workable alternative solution. For those that have registered for Conference, please be assured that a full refund will be offered.
We will be in touch as soon as possible with a further update, and hope that you are staying safe and well.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact the Conference Secretariat Tracey Byrne-Morrison.
Tel 0408 799 185
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