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Final Preparations for the Denver Emerson Exchange Conference

by | Oct 6, 2015 | Event

Jim Cahill

Jim Cahill

Chief Blogger, Social Marketing Leader

Emerson-Exchange-SchedulerIt’s a busy week as we ready for next week’s Emerson Exchange conference in Denver. If you’re going, are you working on your schedule yet of the workshops, short courses, educational courses and other activities? Here is the myExchange Tool to help you plan your week. Plan now and use your Emerson Exchange Mobile App to guide you around next week.

I’m still early in the week in my planning and need to fill out Wednesday through Friday. So much to see and so little time!

Look for the blog posts to come fast and furious as I try to capture as many Emerson experts as I can during the week.

We’ll also have a Live page in the Emerson Exchange 365 community where you can see the news, tweets and pictures as events unfold.

The questions are starting to come in for the Friday Meet the Experts panel on process control and optimization. Get your questions addressed by submitting them here.

Here is where to sign up for a daily summary of news from the Emerson Exchange conference.

Here is also where you can watch the keynote sessions on Monday, October 12 streamed live from 10am-12:40 EDT.

Hopefully, this gives you a flavor for some of the ways to experience the conference if you can’t be with us in person.

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