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Download the Siemens USA Business to Society Report

Business to Society

What does “Business to Society” mean?

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Siemens was founded by an entrepreneur who believed that technology is a tool to advance the common good. Our Business to Society platform is the modern embodiment of that unique ideal.

The United States is Siemens’ largest market in the world. We’ve been doing business here for more than 160 years. Today, we not only contribute to almost every part of daily life; our 50,000 U.S. employees are focused on solving America’s biggest challenges as part of our core business strategy.

This report is a snapshot of the economic, societal and environmental impact of Siemens’ presence in the United States. The stories and statistics below exemplify how our core beliefs guide our approach to business. 

National Priorities & Siemens’ Contributions to the U.S. Economy

What is important for the United States?

The Siemens Value Map shows our contributions in the following impact areas: strengthening the economy, developing jobs and skills, driving innovation, sustaining the environment, improving quality of life, and securing our future.

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Strengthening the Economy

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Developing Jobs & Skills

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Driving Innovation

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Sustaining the Environment

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Improving Quality of Life

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Securing Our Future

“Siemens – Business to Society” around the country

Siemens’ footprint across the U.S.

Take a look around the country and find out more about how Siemens is making real what matters to the U.S.   

Siemens footprint across the U.S.Map