There is no doubt that Canon is a leading Digital Imaging Company not just in India but on a global level. And today Canon marked its 20th anniversary in India with rapidly growing plans for its enterprise, commercial, consumer and social initiatives. The company has announced its ‘Vision 2020’, which reaffirms its commitment to India.
“At Canon, we are embracing the challenge of new growth through a grand strategic transformation. India is a key market in Canon’s global development and having successfully completed two decades in the country; we would like to thank all our partners, consumers, and vendors for their support. Together with every team member and business partner, we will scale this height to achieve our goal of continuous growth in Asia. We are in prime position to ride this wave of growth. I’m confident that India, as a market, will be a vital contributor to this future success.” Said, Ms Noriko Gunji, President & CEO, Canon Singapore.
The company has aimed to increase their range of product in the next coming years. Vision 2020 will set a growth target of INR 3500 crore for Canon India. The company kick-starts its year-long celebrations to commemorate the 20 years with its business partners, vendors, consumers, and employees.
“It is a privilege and a proud moment for us to complete 20 years of delighting our customers in the country. Over the years, Canon has grown steadily to make its presence felt across the nation. With the everlasting commitment of our employees and partners, the company has attained a strong leadership positioning in the Indian imaging industry. 2016 marks yet another successful year for our journey in India, as we register a growth of 9%, with our revenue aggregating to Rs 2348.6 car.” Said, MR. Kazutada Kobayashi, President & CEO, Canon India.
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Canon is not only bringing quality products to the market but also contributing to the community. Its CSR projects with the focus on ‘4E’ covering Eye Care products, education, environment, and empowerment. The company has adopted 4 villages across the country under its CSR program ‘Adopt a Village’ and have also partnered with SOS Children’s villages under their ‘Support a Life’ campaign. Canon employees have also adopted 187 children to take responsibility for their well-being. To promote ‘skill development’ for a skilled India, Canon India has also introduced vocational and Skill development training in their adopted village.
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