"Recognizing their responsibilities as industrialists, They will devote their selves to the progress and development of society and the well-being of people through their business activities, thereby enhancing the quality of life throughout the world."
Panasonic Corporation's Basic Management Objective, formulated in 1929 by the company's founder, Konosuke Matsushita, still holds true today.
The Basic Management Objective is Panasonic's business philosophy that embodies their mission and devotion to the progress of society and the well being of the people worldwide through heir business activities.
Through Their business activities, They at Panasonic have long nurtured their "consumer electronics DNA." Making this DNA central to all of their activities and carrying it forth, They aim to continue to provide "better living" for their customers in the various spaces and areas where their customers go about their lives, such as their homes, communities, businesses, journeys, and automobiles.
Their four companies, "Appliances Company," "Eco Solutions Company," "AVC Networks Company," and "Automotive & Industrial Systems Company," will play a central role in squarely addressing "industries" which are closely related to the individual spaces, and they will establish partnerships with key players in individual industries.
Working together with their business partners, they will actively propose products and services, which realize new customer value. And also leveraging such expertise to make new proposals, they want to come up with new innovation in consumer electronics.
Panasonic will make a contribution to realizing "A Better Life, A Better World" for each and every one of their customers.