Jane Lansing, VP of Marketing at Emerson Process to Keynote Summit

We are happy to announce that Jane Lansing, VP of Marketing at Emerson Process Management will be our keynote speake

r for the 7th Annual Marketing & Sales Summit.

Jane Lansing, Vice-President Marketing, Emerson Process ManagementJane has been leading Emerson Process Management’s Marketing efforts for several years, and we are happy to have her back as a keynote for the Summit. Jane keynoted our very first ISA Marketing & Sales Summit back in 2005. She was so personable and had some great insights about the industry and common challenges around marketing technical products. We look forward to having her back.

About Jane Lansing

30 years in the process automation business: 9 years as a software engineer and project manager, designing and executing process automation projects; 21 years with Emerson in various technical and commercial marketing positions. Prior to current position spent 4 years overseas as Systems Marketing Director, Europe. Currently responsible for Emerson Process Management marketing, including brand management, cross-divisional marketing coordination, and PlantWeb Marketing of products and solutions across all Emerson divisions globally. BSCE, University of Minnesota, 1976.

Other interests: Cross-cultural business consultant, Window on the World/FCI; Produced #1 selling musical comedy in 2003 Minnesota Theatre Festival; Mentor, Mentium 100; Volunteer ESL tutor (English as a second language); Languages: Spanish and Dutch.

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