Isabel Chong Is Siemens’ New ASEAN’s Head of Digital Industries

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Siemens has appointed Isabel Chong as the new Head of Digital Industries for ASEAN, effective 1 February 2022. She succeeds Raimund Klein, who ended his tenure at Siemens in December 2021.

A dynamic and seasoned veteran of the power and security industry, Isabel has more than 20 years of senior managerial experiences. Prior to joining Siemens, she held senior positions and regional roles in various multinational corporations, where she contributed greatly to the business growth in their portfolios.

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Isabel is a strong proponent of diversity and inclusion and regularly pushes for conversations and initiatives that encourage diversity and inclusion at the workplace. She was recognised in the 2021 Singapore 100 Women in Tech list for her outstanding contribution to and significant influence in Singapore’s tech industry.

 

Isabel Chong, Siemen’s New ASEAN’s Head of Digital Industries

 

“We’re pleased to welcome Isabel on board. She brings with her a wealth of knowledge and understanding of the ASEAN market. As someone coming from outside, she also brings fresh perspectives on how we can grow and transform our business in the region,” said Dr Thai-Lai Pham, CEO of Siemens ASEAN. “Isabel’s appointment is an important step in strengthening our management team as we gear up for the growing ASEAN economy.”

 

In her new role in Siemens, Isabel will be leading the Digital Industries business in Southeast Asia. Digital Industries is an innovation leader in Industries automation and digitalisation and collaborates closely with partners and end users to drive automation and digital transformation across all industries.

 

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