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It is the 34th largest company in the world<br />Market Leaders in Mobile Data Field Based Computing<br />It design, build and sell over 14,000 products worldwide<br />Panasonic spend $5 billion annually on research & development<br />Committed to this Market, Field Based Computing, broken by Verticals<br />Leader in integrated wireless for over 9 years<br />
Facts about Panasonic<br />Over 4000 State and Local Customers across the country.<br />Panasonic own over 65% of the Public Safety Market.<br />Panasonic have the lowest failure rates for mobile laptops in the industry.<br />Panasonic does not sell direct. No matter the size of the deal.<br />
It had a market capitalization of approximately £92 billion as of November 2010, making it the third largest company on the London Stock Exchange.
It has a secondary listing on NASDAQ.</li></li></ul><li>Panasonic Mobile Communications<br />Panasonic Mobile Communications manufactures mobile handsets and related equipment for the Japanese market. It has the second largest marketshare for mobile phones in Japan after Sharp. It used to market its GSM phones worldwide, but in December 2005 the company announced its withdrawal from overseas markets. In summer 2008 rumours emerged that the company was considering to re-enter the Asian market with its VS84 handset.<br />
Panasonic Corporation in Europe<br />Panasonic Shop@Panasonic is a chain of stores in the United Kingdom and Ireland which sells only Panasonic electronics. The store is based on the same structure as Sony Centre. The stores are usually located in shopping centres such as Centrale, and brand itself the official Panasonic retailer.<br />Since 2008 shop@Panasonic stores officially rebranded to "Panasonic Store".<br />
Sponsorship<br />Panasonic are the principal sponsors of the Toyota RacingFormula One team.<br />Panasonic was a primary sponsor of Toyota's Formula One program, Panasonic Toyota Racing. Hiro Matsushita, grandson of the company founder, is a former race car driver who run a company overseeing sponsorship arrangements for the company.<br />Panasonic is an official partner and sponsor of Major League Soccer.<br />Panasonic also owns Gamba Osaka, a team from the J. League, the main Japanese soccer league.<br />
Shopatron: The Leader in Retailer-Integrated e-Commerce<br />Panasonic is pleased to partner with Shopatron, a shopping service designed to make it easy for consumers to shop online and get the products they desire promptly. The Shopatron network was developed to allow customers to order products online directly from the manufacturer's website, making online shopping more convenient. <br />
Timeline of Panasonic Corporation<br />1918: Matsushita Electric Factory was founded.<br />1927: National brand name was introduced.<br />1931: Production of radios began.<br />1932: Purchased patents crucial for building radios, and disclosed the information freely to other radio makers as a contribution to the development of the electronics industry in Japan.<br />1933: Adopted a system of enterprise divisions. Constructed a large-scale factory at Kadoma, Osaka, and moved production facilities there.<br />1935: Restructuring of Matsushita Electric Industrial Company, establishment of the branch company Matsushita Electric Works.<br />1941: Joined military production, manufacturing wooden boats and wooden airplanes.<br />
1993: Cancelled a joint venture agreement[which?] with Philips, and changed their contract to closed license. <br />1997: A group consolidation policy was introduced, reducing the number of subsidiary companies. <br />2001: Panasonic releases a DVD-capable Nintendo GameCube called the "Q" (Japan only). <br />2002: Technics products sold in the USA and Europe are renamed Panasonic. <br />2003: Introduced the global brand and slogan, “Panasonic. Ideas for life.” <br />2008: Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. is renamed Panasonic Corporation. 2008: Panasonic buys Sanyo, creating Japan’s largest consumer-electronics maker<br />
Panasonic Group to Showcase "Energy Solutions for Entire Towns" at Eco-Products 2010<br />Panasonic, together with Panasonic Electric Works and SANYO Electric, will highlight Panasonic Group's technological strengths in and commitment to achieving sustainable lifestyles<br />
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