Siemens AG

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Company: Siemens AG, Munich, Germany
Company Description: Siemens AG is a global powerhouse in electronics and electrical engineering, operating in the industry, energy and healthcare sectors.
Nomination Category: Company/Organization Categories
Nomination Sub Category: Company of the Year - Conglomerates

Nomination Title: Siemens

Tell the story about what this nominated organization achieved (up to 500 words). Focus on specific accomplishments, and relate these accomplishments to past performance or industry norms. Be sure to mention obstacles overcome, innovations or discoveries made, and outcomes:

Siemens has been synonymous with international focus and worldwide presence for over 160 years. Today, Siemens is a global powerhouse with activities in nearly 190 regions. The challenges confronting today’s world are global – and so is Siemens. With a presence in some 190 countries, the company can offer customers fast, local, tailor-made solutions. And that gives it a decisive competitive edge. Its roughly 336,000 employees work at 1,640 locations around the globe, including 176 R&D facilities.

Germany remains a stable domestic market for Siemens. Siemens is an integrated technology company that continues to focus its portfolio of products and solutions on energy efficiency, industrial productivity and modern healthcare systems. Siemens is further refining its profile as a leading provider of climate protection technologies. With around 128,400 employees and about 10,000 trainees the company is still one of the largest private employers in Germany.

Siemens in Germany had revenue of almost EUR 11,432 billion during fiscal 2010 (October 1, 2009 – September 30, 2010). New orders totaled more than EUR 11,985 billion.

•Award of a £3bn train contract to Siemens of Germany
•Peter Loescher of Siemens AG Receives McCloy Award From the American Council on Germany
•The "2010 Global Award" has been conferred on Siemens Audiology
•2010 Is Record Year for Innovations at Siemens – Inventor Award Presented
•Siemens wins 2010 Techno-College Innovation Award for ground-breaking software technology for imaging
•Siemens has been named overall winner of the Manufacturing Excellence Award

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Henning Larsen wins architecture competition for reconstruction of Siemens headquarters
San Francisco leads the U.S. in environmental sustainability - U.S. and Canada Green City Index analyzes the environmental sustainability of 27 major metropolitan areas in both countries.

Siemens to expand market share in emerging markets - Products for entry-levelsegment offering multifaceted growth opportunities

Award for Siemens employee stock program

German cities among Europe's best in environmental protection – Siemens publishes Green City Index – First environmental study of twelve major German cities

World's first serial hybrid electric aircraft to fly at Le Bourget
Siemens Festival Night 2011: Lohengrin for everyone and the first Ring for children
Siemens recalls pioneers of the first age of electricity at Linderhof Palace
Siemens receives award for best key account management
Green light for the world's most modern train - ICx sets new standards in long-distance travel
Earnings Release: Outstanding Broad-Based Growth - Customer wins drive orders growth - Substantial gain on sale of Areva NP interest

Siemens achieves broad-based growth in second quarter - Forecast for income from continuing operations raised to at least €7.5 billion

Siemens driving setup of Infrastructure & Cities Sector

Siemens donates €6 million for Japan

Siemens successful in bid to increase stake in Siemens Ltd. India to 75 percent
Siemens supports the "Train of Ideas" on its European tour - Siemens exhibits show the smart grid of tomorrow in the exhibition on rails

Provide a brief (up to 100 words) biography about the leader of this nominated organization:

Peter Löscher is President and Chief Executive Officer of Siemens AG.

Professional History
1985 • Kienbaum und Partner- Senior Management Consultant
1988 • Hoechst Group (merged with Rhone Poulenc Rohrer)

Various management positions in Spain, the U.S., Germany, the UK and Japan
2000 • Aventis Pharma Ltd., Japan - Chairman, President and CEO
2002 • Amersham plc, UK (acquired by General Electric)
-President of Amersham Health and Member of the Board of Directors (UK)
-Chief Operating Officer and Member of the Board of Directors (UK)
2004 • General Electric Company (GE) - President and CEO of GE Healthcare Bio-Sciences. GE Healthcare, UK - Member of the Executive Board
2006 • Merck & Co., Inc. - President of Global Human Health
2007 July • Siemens AG - President and Chief Executive Officer

•Member of the Supervisory Board of Münchener Rückversicherungs-Gesellschaft AG, Munich
•Chairman of APA, the Asia-Pacific Committee of German Business
•Vice Chairman of the European Round Table of Industrialists (ERT)
•Co-Chairman of the EU-Russia Industrialists’ Round Table (IRT)


Studied economics at Vienna University of Economics and Business and at the Chinese University of Hong Kong; Vienna University of Economics and Business, MBA; Harvard Business School, AMP