Joanne Woo
Storyteller & head of communications for ABB Australia. From large global conglomerates to fast growing start-ups, Joanne Woo has led diverse marketing and communications teams across energy, mining, aviation, transportation, healthcare and technology sectors. Joanne is also a mentor for the Superstars of STEM program which aims to smash society’s gender assumptions about scientists and increase the public visibility of women in STEM.

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Meet ABB’s leaders in mining

Resources and energy exports are a linchpin of the Australian economy. Meet some of the people guiding ABB’s integral role in the sector.

Why hydrogen energy is at the tipping point and why Australia is primed to lead

The most common substance in the universe is supported by mature technologies – Australia can be a power player in the new hydrogen ecosystem.

Gearless conveyor drives proven for large-scale materials handling

How can large mines achieve their ambitious emission targets while keeping materials handling operations efficient? Gearless conveyor drives by ABB might provide the answer.

ABB partners with University of Western Australia to accelerate the digital mine

The most successful mine of the future will be digital. That is why ABB has partnered with the University of Western Australia to accelerate the digital mine through its TestLab based in Perth.

Safety is for everyone, says Australian winner of Global CEO Safety Award

Paulette discusses her personal connection with safety, what drives her every day and, curiously, why muffins are a must-have at morning meetings.

Turbochargers power smooth sailing for Spirit of Tasmania

Spirit of Tasmania provides an essential passenger and freight service between Devonport, Tasmania and Port Melbourne, Victoria.

Check mates: AI goes beyond every chess composition you’ve ever dreamed

On International Chess Day, we marvel at how AI has taken this timeless game to new heights – and how robotics can make it more accessible.