Sabine Dall'Omo

Sabine Dall'Omo

CEO Southern & Eastern Africa, Siemens

Of German descent, Sabine Dall’Omo has worked at Siemens for over 25 years and is additionally a permanent South African resident.

After attaining her Higher Commercial Certificate from Heinrich-Thoene College in 1985, Sabine did her vocational training at Siemens Germany from 1986-1989. Progressing up the ranks, she took on the responsibility of Commercial Officer: Accounting Services and shortly thereafter as Commercial Officer: Sales Office until 1995. Dall’Omo’s career path at Siemens then led her to California, USA as a Financial Analyst for Siemens Rolm Communications after which she returned to Siemens Germany as a Senior Financial Officer: Corporate Planning & Controlling.  In 1998, Sabine became Commercial Manager within Siemens’ Automation & Drives business, first at Siemens Germany for just over three years, and then at Siemens in Shanghai, China.

In May 2004, Sabine made the move to South Africa as Head of Performance Controlling for Siemens Southern Africa. She continued in this role until August 2008. From September 2008 to January 2012, she was appointed CFO for Siemens Africa’s Healthcare Sector.  During this time she also served as a member on the board of Siemed (Pty) Ltd, Impilo (Pty) Ltd and Siemens Medical Services Diagnostics (Pty) Ltd. In February 2012 Sabine became the CFO of Siemens (Pty) Ltd. Additional responsibilities for assigned countries: Botswana, Comoros, Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritius, Namibia, Seychelles, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe.

Time and date Venue Topic Speakers

Tuesday 02/02/2021

From 15:05 To 16:05

02/02/2021 15:05 02/02/2021 16:05 4IR: How Can African Mining Harness Technology & Automation in a Pandemic to Help Grow Economies? Sponsored by 
  • How should labour and industry work together to ensure Africa’s mining sector does not fall behind, while safeguarding employees?
  • Establishing a way forward post-Covid: What are the next steps for labour and industry?
  • What opportunities has the global pandemic presented for new technology testing and adoption?
  • Updates on The African Union (AU) Agenda 2063 - a blueprint to support the continent’s accelerated growth, tech transformation, and to drive the benefits of a digitised economy.
  • The AU agenda is aligned to South Africa’s own National Development Plan (NDP) 2030 vision of transforming the country into an inclusive and innovative digital society.
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"4IR: How Can African Mining Harness Technology & Automation in a Pandemic to Help Grow Economies?"

Alfred Baku Dr. Nombasa Tsengwa Nicky Black Sabine Dall'Omo
Time and date

Tuesday 02/02/2021

From 15:05 To 16:05

02/02/2021 15:05 02/02/2021 16:05 4IR: How Can African Mining Harness Technology & Automation in a Pandemic to Help Grow Economies? Sponsored by 
  • How should labour and industry work together to ensure Africa’s mining sector does not fall behind, while safeguarding employees?
  • Establishing a way forward post-Covid: What are the next steps for labour and industry?
  • What opportunities has the global pandemic presented for new technology testing and adoption?
  • Updates on The African Union (AU) Agenda 2063 - a blueprint to support the continent’s accelerated growth, tech transformation, and to drive the benefits of a digitised economy.
  • The AU agenda is aligned to South Africa’s own National Development Plan (NDP) 2030 vision of transforming the country into an inclusive and innovative digital society.
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