Today, Panasonic Risupia Vietnam, the Vietnam-based science and mathematics centre founded by Panasonic Group, celebrated its first year anniversary.
Panasonic Risupia Vietnam is a play-and-learn place for children in particular and other visitors in general. It is unique for the utilisation of Panasonic’s advanced AV technologies and know-how which helps convey the world’s famous scientific laws and principles into various playing and learning models for Vietnamese children.
Since its grand opening on September 8, 2010 up to date, the centre has received nearly 40,000 visitors including 19 students from schools and universities. With modern facility and visual, state-of-the-art educating methodology approach, Panasonic Risupia Vietnam has been cooperating with 57 primary schools, secondary schools and universities to organise interesting extra-curricular activities for school pupils and students in Hanoi and suburban areas.
Naoki Sugiura, director of Corporate Planning and Brand Promotion, Panasonic Vietnam said: “The investment of Panasonic to establish an educational centre like Panasonic Risupia Vietnam is indeed an implementation of its corporate philosophy – “Contribution to Society.”
“In the coming time, we will continue to diversify our activities, make them more effective and attractive to Vietnamese children.”
By August 31, 2011, Panasonic Vietnam Group has comprised of six companies - one holding company, four manufacturing companies and one research & development centre, employing a total workforce of 8,200.