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【 Panasonic 】Global recruiting seminar for international students

We are Logic and Surprise co.,ltd. which supports international students who are interested in working for Japanese companies.
We would like to inform you about Panasonic Corporation’s ‘Global Recruiting Seminar’ for international students.
Panasonic Corporation is one of the largest electronic product manufacturers in the world, comprised of over 400 companies.
It manufactures and markets a wide range of products under the Panasonic brand to enhance and enrich lifestyles all around the globe.
An increasing number are trying to hire international students who are in Japan as staff at an overseas company of Panasonic Group.
If you are interested in working for Panasonic, please join the seminar.
Recruiting offices:
Panasonic overseas companies

R&D, Design & Development, Industrial Technology, SE/SI, Intellectual Property, Materials etc.
Sales, Marketing, Accounting, Judicial affairs, Personnel affairs, SE/SI, Public relations, Advertisement and Intellectual Property, Materials etc.

Eligible Applicants:
Both New graduate and Mid career who will have graduated or are expected to graduate from a college of technology/university/graduate school in September 2013 or March 2014 with a desire to work at an overseas company of Panasonic Group.

[ Recruiting seminar for international students ]
-Company : Panasonic Corporation
-When : Wednesday, 18th September 16:00-18:00
-Where:  Knowledge Salon 7F, Grand Front Osaka, 3-1 Ofuka-cho, Kita-ku, Osaka
To participate in the seminar, registration is required in advance.
Please mail to, including full name, university, faculty and grade.
If you are not available for 18th September, please apply for Panasonic overseas companies on their website: with web entry sheet until 30th of September.
Please select ‘E-mail from LANDS-NAVI’ in the questionnaire ‘Where did you find out about our Global Recruiting Seminar?’ on the web entry sheet.

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