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Panasonic Online Design Museum
Mark Peters : March 29th 2009 - 13:30 CET
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PanasonicPanasonic Design Museum : Available in more than 20 languages, the Panasonic Design Museum not only provides information regarding its rich history in innovativeness and corporate milestones, but also includes an exclusive collection of remarkable product designs dating back to 1918. The Panasonic Online Design Museum includes four main sections: product timeline, company timeline, design ethos and R&D activities. Visitors to the Panasonic online museum can learn about the innovative products that have helped shape Panasonic into the innovator it is today. The Panasonic Online Design Museum also explains how Panasonic founder, Konosuke Matsushita, succeeded in establishing the company into an electronics giant it has become today.
Panasonic design museum

Panasonic Design Museum
As part of the Panasonic Convention, Panasonic has included a Corporate History area. The Corporate Corner will include messages, examples and pictures of its history, CSR activities and Panasonic environmental activities. On 1 October 2008, Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd officially changed its name to “Panasonic Corporation.” By doing so, the company pays tribute to the renowned name Panasonic around the globe. Follow this link for the Panasonic Museum.

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History of Panasonic consumer electronics
The Panasonic brand unification measure represents a bold step towards creating a truly linked global corporation. However, despite the name change, Panasonic continues to run its business based on its founder Konosuke Matsushita’s business philosophies. The Panasonic Design Museum online website will enable visitors to discover more about Konosuke Matsushita, his values and the ground-breaking events that have transformed the company into a leader in consumer electronics.
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