Todd Buchholz, former Director for Economic Security at the White House and a leading expert on the U.S. and global economy, will share his thoughts on global politics and economics during the International Cotton Association’s (ICA) “San Francisco 2015” trade event.
The event takes place October 30-31 at the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco. More than 600 delegates from around the globe are expected to attend.
After serving in the White House under President George H.W. Bush, Buchholz was managing director of the $15 billion Tiger hedge fund and an award-winning economics teacher at Harvard. He is a regular columnist for The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times and NBC, and has written a number of best-selling books.
During his ICA appearance, Buchholz plans to provide delegates with an incisive and entertaining view of where the world is, where it is going and what it means for businesses and individuals. “The ICA San Francisco trade event presents a perfect opportunity to think about how the world economy fits together,” he stated, “from farmers in the fields to designers in Milan to fast retailers competing for consumer spending across the globe.”
Registration for the event is still open on the ICA website.
Established in 1841, the ICA is the world’s leading international cotton trade association and arbitral body, with more than 550 members representing all sectors of the cotton industry.
Source – International Cotton Association