Overview

Overview

Headquarters of Panasonic Corporation

Panasonic Corporation

Since the founding of our company in 1918, we at Panasonic have been providing better living for our customers, always making "people" central to our activities, and thus focusing on "people's lives." Going forward as well, based on our innovative electronics technology, we will provide a wide variety of products, systems, and services, ranging from consumer electronics products to industrial devices, building products, and housing. In various spaces and areas, such as homes, communities, businesses, airplanes and automobiles, we will continue to work hard to offer new value for better living, and help realize "A Better Life, A Better World" for each individual customer.

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Panasonic Canada Inc.

When Canadians think of Panasonic, they often think of consumer products like televisions, audio/video equipment, and microwave ovens; however, Panasonic is more than home entertainment and household appliances, supplying comprehensive solutions to business markets from public safety to healthcare to housing.

A subsidiary of Panasonic Corporation of North America, Panasonic Canada Inc. (PCI) employs approximately 400 Canadians across the country and provides over 2,000 products and solutions designed to meet consumer, business, and industrial needs operating under the following business divisions in Canada:

Consumer Division

Delivers on our guarantee of engineering high-quality home solutions that help improve the lives of consumers every day, including VIERA televisions with outstanding 4K picture quality, award-winning Lumix digital cameras, and induction cooktops that cook food perfectly with the help of revolutionary infra-red sensors.

Enterprise Solutions Division

Delivers a variety of integrated business technology solutions to customers in government, public safety, oil and gas, healthcare, production, education and a wide variety of commercial enterprises, large and small. Offerings include mobile computing, security and surveillance systems, visual display solutions and business communications.

Home & Building Solutions Division

A broad offering designed to meet the needs of Canadian residential and commercial builders and developers, and the renovation market. Products range from storage and organization solutions to HVAC, building materials, insulation and plumbing, among others.

Quickservice Technologies, A Panasonic Company

Provides a full spectrum of professional services and technology for customers in the quick service restaurant industry, including security and point of sale software, hardware, and integration services. End-to-end solutions include system design, hardware staging, installation, helpdesk support, and on-site service.

Industrial Division

Supplying motors, automation controls, batteries, relays, switches, passive components and semiconductors to meet the specific design needs of manufacturing in industries ranging from consumer electronics and telecommunications to computer parts, appliance and security equipment, and battery powered products.

Panasonic Eco Solutions Canada Inc.

An affiliate of Panasonic Canada Inc. with the mission of becoming a leader in the deployment of renewable, smart energy systems in Canada. Its core customer advantage is providing reliable and bankable, full end-to-end turnkey solutions that enable all the required elements for renewable solar and energy storage initiatives including full installation, financing and long term assurance.

Message

Message

Kazuhiro Tsuga, President of Panasonic

Kazuhiro Tsuga

President of Panasonic Corporation

President Panasonic Canada Inc.

Michael Moskowitz

President of Panasonic Canada Inc.

Panasonic Canada Executive Team

President of Panasonic Canada Inc.

Michael Moskowitz

President

Executive Vice-President and Treasurer

Brian McMullan

Executive Vice-President and Treasurer

Vice-President, Enterprise Solutions Division

Magnus McDermid

Vice-President, Enterprise Solutions Division

General Manager, Product Marketing, Consumer Products Division

Peter Bolte

General Manager, Product Marketing, Consumer Products Division

General Manager, Sales, Consumer Products Division

Phillip Chmielinski

General Manager, Sales, Consumer Products Division

General Manager, Marketing & Brand Management

Janet Gillespie

General Manager, Marketing & Brand Management

General Counsel

Rob Masson

General Counsel

General Manager, Home and Building Solutions Division

Alan Moyer

General Manager, Home and Building Solutions Division

General Manager, Human Resources and Facilities Operations

Deborah Scott

General Manager, Human Resources and Facilities Operations

Director, Industrial Division

Ed Rego

Director, Industrial Division

Quickservice Technologies, a Division of Panasonic Canada Inc.

President

Philip Turner

President

Philosophy & Vision

Philosophy & Vision

Mission

Recognizing our responsibilities as industrialists, we will devote ourselves to the progress and development of society and the well-being of people through our 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 our mission and devotion to the progress of society and the well being of the people worldwide through our business activities.

Panasonic's mission

Company creed

Progress and development can be realized only through the combined efforts and cooperation of each employee of our company. United in spirit, we pledge to perform our corporate duties with dedication, diligence and integrity.

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Seven Principles

Contribution to Society
Fairness and Honesty
Cooperation and Team Spirit
Untiring Effort for Improvement
Courtesy and Humility
Adaptability
Gratitude

The "Seven Principles" are our guiding principles in upholding and implementing the Basic Business Philosophy.

Vision

Through our business activities, we at Panasonic have long nurtured our “consumer electronics DNA.” Making this DNA central to all of our activities and carrying it forth, we aim to continue to provide “better living” for our customers in the various spaces and areas where our customers go about their lives, such as their homes, communities, businesses, airplanes, and automobiles.
Our 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 we will establish partnerships with key players in individual industries.
Working together with our business partners, we will actively propose products and services, which realize new customer value. And also leveraging such expertise to make new proposals, we 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 our customers.

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Business Segments

Business Segments

With its four major business domains, Panasonic is striving to realize "A Better Life, A Better World" for people around the world. Four companies conduct their operations in their respective business domains with total focus on the customer.

Appliances
Eco Solutions
AVC Networks
Automotive & Industrial Systems
Brand

Brand

Corporate Brand

Panasonic brand logo

Brand Promise

Panasonic is committed to creating a better life and a better world,
continuously contributing to the evolution of society
and to the happiness of people around the globe.

Brand Slogan

Panasonic brand slogan
Solutions for a Better World

Solutions for a Better World

Panasonic creates a Better Life in homes, towns, cars and other lifestyle spaces.

Your Life in 2020

Your Life in 2020

A Better Life for the world, from Panasonic

Sunshine to Their Hearts

Sunshine to Their Hearts

Bringing smiles from darkness.

The World Champions

The World Champions

Ultimate technologies conquer the world solar races.

An ex-athlete’s new challenge

For a Hydrogen Energy Society

Not only is hydrogen energy clean, it can also provide a stable supply of energy in case of emergencies.

Panasonic Olympic History

With the Olympic Flame

Panasonic has been supporting the Olympic Games with it's cutting-edge AV technology for more than 25 years.

Sponsorship

Sponsorship

Global Sponsorship

Panasonic's global sponsorship is based on supporting a number of global events and activities that resonate with our philosophy of contributing to society by providing cutting edge technology.

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Panasonic’s Olympic Sponsorship

The Olympic Partner Program

Panasonic has been an Official Worldwide Olympic Partner in the Audio and Visual Equipment category for more than 25 years, ever since The Olympic Partner (TOP) Program was introduced at the Calgary Olympic Winter Games in 1988. We are proud to support the Olympic Movement which aims to promote world peace through sports.

Sponsorship in Canada

Toronto Blue Jays

As the Official Shaver of the Toronto Blue Jays™, Panasonic is proud to continue its long-standing sponsorship of the baseball team. The alliance includes in-stadium signage, national retail/packaging promotion and onsite fan engagement.

Sponsorship Request

Panasonic's sponsorships are based on supporting events and activities that resonate with our philosophy of contributing to society by providing cutting edge technology.

Please complete the Sponsorship Request Form for consideration.

History

History

History of Panasonic

The history of Panasonic goes back to when Konosuke Matsushita founded Matsushita Electric Housewares Manufacturing Works in 1918. See how the company evolved and developed into one of the leading electronics companies in the world today.

History of Panasonic Canada Inc.

Panasonic Canada Inc. (PCI) began sales operations in Mississauga, Ontario with seven employees in 1967. In 2013, PCI has grown to 359 full time employees across Canada with offices in Montreal, Mississauga, and Richmond.