Aug 26, 2015

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Panasonic LIVE@IFA 2015 to Make Available Views from the Venue on Video!

Berlin, Germany - Panasonic will exhibit its latest products and technologies at the Internationale Funkausstellung Berlin (IFA) 2015, the global trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances held in Berlin, Germany, from September 4 to 9, 2015. A press conference will be held in the Panasonic booth on September 2, two days prior to the opening of the show.

The theme of Panasonic's booth is "A Better Life, A Better World," with the Lifestyles Showcase presenting a living environment to show "Aspire to more: To the lifestyles we all desire" by Panasonic's wide range of products, from audio-visual equipment to home appliances and beauty appliances.

Panasonic LIVE@IFA 2015 will make available views from the exhibition venue on video. The press conference will also be available to view on the Panasonic LIVE@IFA.

Panasonic LIVE@IFA 2015

Scenes of the exhibition and comments by people involved in the industry will be made via social media from the Panasonic booth.

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Overview of the Panasonic Booth

  • Timing: Friday September 4 to Wednesday September 9, 2015
  • Location: Messe Berlin, Hall 5.2 a/b
  • Exhibit scale: Approx. 3,300 m2
  • Exhibit items: Latest consumer electronics products

Panasonic Press Conference Overview

  • Date/time: 3:00 pm - 3:45 pm, Wednesday September 2, 2015 (Local Time)
  • Location: Panasonic Booth, Messe Berlin, Hall 5.2 a/b
  • Attending: Managing Director Tetsuro Homma (President, Appliances Company), Managing Executive Officer Laurent Abadie (Chairman & CEO, Panasonic Europe Ltd., Managing Director, Panasonic Marketing Europe GmbH), Executive Officer Michiko Ogawa (in charge of Technics Brand), Panasonic Corporation

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