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Katja Kienzl is head of Marketing of Infineon’s Transport Ticketing Product Line. In this role she is driving the overall product strategy on a worldwide basis. In 2016 Katja was elected as a member of the board of the OSPT Alliance, an international association chartered to provide standards for secure transit ticketing. Before that she was driving RFID business development activities and was engaged in setting up Infineon’s Ident Solutions Group
Prior to joining Infineon Katja held various management positions such as head of segment marketing and international marketing management.As a business development and marketing professional Katja has been actively involved in the Smart Card & RFID industry for more than 15 years.
Katja holds a masters degree in telecommunication and electronic engineering and is lecturer for technology marketing at universities and business schools.


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