History of Honda

  

Soichiro Honda is the founder of Honda in Japan, city of Hamamatsu. At first he was put on the market cost-effective and simple vehicle, because at that time it was necessary to the inhabitants of the country. The basis of his actions can be seen tremendous love for internal combustion engines and, of course, a constant desire to work. Using a small, left over from the war engines, Honda started production with bicycles with built-in motors.

As soon as the company opened, she began a very rapid development and soon became a leading company with an excellent reputation. Such a rise can be interpreted on many factors, but perhaps one of the key is a reasonable approach to the development of technologies (that they provided for the company itself of great value. This means that much more important to identify and clarify the needs of society and customers than to offer the products that has already been created by the existing technology.

But Honda has achieved his success not only because of his passion for nano-technology and desire to do what no one else before she did, but also because the company is energetic, it has the spirit of competition. By the way, this applies not only competition between other companies, but competition between individuals, which created such a unique environment of teamwork.

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