Friday, December 8 at Saint Louis University
7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m.
Discover the future of global business straight from the experts. The 2017 Monsanto International Business Conference at Saint Louis University captures critical, timely topics and well-known business leaders.
Hosted by the Richard A. Chaifetz School of Business Boeing Institute of International Business, the conference attracts over 300 attendees each year from global companies, government, civic organizations, academia, and the public-at-large.
This year's topic will examine the future of international trade and investments in a changing political landscape.
Tickets are $150 and include a networking breakfast with exhibitor tables, a morning session with networking break, a keynote luncheon session, parking, and conference materials. Group discounts are also available (Eight tickets for $1,000.)
Ed Monser President, Emerson Electric Co.
Keynote Luncheon Session: Mexican and Chinese Views of Economic Diplomacy
Edward L. Monser has served as president of Emerson Electric Co. since 2010. In this
role, he drives the company’s international growth opportunities and global shared
service organizations. He has more than 30 years of experience in senior operational
positions at Emerson and has played key roles in globalizing the company. Monser is
a member of the company’s Office of the Chief Executive and served as Emerson’s chief
operating officer from 2001-2015.
Presentations From Leading Experts
The Future of International Trade and Investments in a Changing Political Landscape
Marie-Liesse Marc, Vice President, Acquisitions and Asset Management, Vantage Airport
Damien Levie, Head of Trade and Agriculture - European Union Delegation in the United
Bernard Sweicki, Director, Automotive Communities Partnership Center for Automotive
For more information, contact Pat McQueen at 314-977-3898 or firstname.lastname@example.org.