Emerson Exchange Conference in Stuttgart, Germany

by | Mar 31, 2014 | Event

Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Editor

I’m in Stuttgart, Germany for the Emerson Exchange conference which begins tomorrow, April 1 and runs through Thursday, April 3. We’ll have several ways for you to follow the action if you’re not able to join us.

A roundup of news, blog posts, tweets, and photos will be on the EmersonExchange365.com/Live page, just as we did for the conference last fall in Texas. An example of what you’ll find is the post, What’s Ahead at the Emerson Exchange.

In Twitter, the event hashtag is #EmrEx. For event attendees, we have the tweets displayed in convention center lobby and Cyber Café area.

The pictures from the event will be flowing into an album on the Emerson Process Management Facebook page.

Here on the blog, I’ll be live-blogging as many of the workshops as I can to give you a flavor for some of the knowledge sharing that’s happening. I’ll ask in advance for your indulgence in some of the spelling and grammar issues that might appear from the brisk blogging pace. These posts will also appear on the Live page.

It should be a great few days and I hope it gives you a flavor for some of the happenings here this week!

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