Panasonic launched the first integrated showroom and service center last week to showcase its lineup of business-to-consumer (B2C) and business-to-business (B2B) offerings available for Myanmar.
B2B solutions including the latest technology designed for the retail, security, hotel, office, eco and solar sectors will be exhibited alongside B2C solutions like home and kitchen appliances, beauty products, TVs, audio-visual products and cameras.
The Japanese electronics giant said customers visiting the showroom will get to experience products and appliances firsthand at various sections, including the Panasonic Cooking and Panasonic Beauty corners. The showroom incorporates a service centre that will provide aftersales support services.
Customers will also be able to see Panasonic’s suite of technology and solutions developed to support business growth.
“Through the opening of the new integrated showroom, we will be able to better demonstrate Panasonic technological capabilities and vigor in providing relevant and valuable solutions to local consumers and businesses.
“We hope that this will further help us capitalise Myanmar’s strong economic growth and contribute to Panasonic’s global sales target of 10 trillion yen by the end of fiscal year 2018, the company’s 100th year of founding,” said Hisakazu Maeda, chief representative, Panasonic Asia Pacific Myanmar Branch.
A second integrated showroom will open in Mandalay this month, Panasonic said.
The corporation, which operates about 500 consolidated companies worldwide, recorded net sales of ¥7.74 trillion ($64.99 billion) for the year ended March 31, 2014.