Siemens Journey

Wednesday 24th November 2021

Theatre :  Keynotes  Sustainability and Net Zero 

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Climate change is one of the greatest global challenges we face today. At Siemens, we follow the conviction that sustainability serves as a powerful force for good to create value for all our stakeholders. We want to help our customers achieve sustainable growth and transform their industries through decarbonisation and we are working tirelessly to achieve these goals in our own operations.

Olivia will share key insights learnt on Siemens journey from defining the strategy through to delivery.

Olivia Whitlam, Head of Sustainability at SiemensOlivia Whitlam Head of Sustainability
Siemens

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