Udaipur: PV Sindhu, the 2016 Olympic silver medalist,currently ranked World No.6 dawns a new role starting as the brand ambassador of Panasonic Energy India Co. Ltd -. The 21 year old, ace-badminton player has been signed on for Panasonic's Battery division for the next three years as a part of strategic decision to enrich the brand image and challenge the 'numerouno' position.
"I have always admired Panasonic products and now to partner with such a premium brand, is an amazing honour. Panasonic batteries have always been known for its performance and reliability. I am looking forward to carry forth this communication and be a part of the growth journey,"stated PV Sindhu at the event. "PV Sindhu is an exceptional athlete.
She exudes power and performance through her sport. These are precisely the traits that Panasonic Batteries are known for," stated Manish Sharma, President and CEO, Panasonic India and South-Asia. "We are proud to welcome the ace badminton player into the Panasonic family. Not only she resonates our vision of becoming the No.1 (Global Battery Manufacturer) but alsopossesses the right mixture of dedication, reliance and charisma which makes her the ideal choice for Panasonic."
M. Morikawa, Chairman & Managing Director, Panasonic Energypresent at the event added, "PV Sindhu seemeda natural extension to Panasonic Batteries. Both are best known for theirconsistency and are aggressively growing to clinch the numerounoposition.2017, marks our 45thyear in India
Born in Hyderabad, Ms. Sindhu is the youngest recipient of India's fourth highest civilian honor, the Padma Shri. She is the youngest and the very first Indian shuttler to have reached the finals of a women's singles event in an Olympics badminton event. She's also a recipient of other prestigious awards such as Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna,Arjuna Award and CNN-IBN Indian of the Year in Sports among others.