Masaru Ibuka is the person who revolutionized the electronics market in the world by establishing SONY which became a name of innovation in electronics manufacturing.
Masaru Ibuka & Akio Morita the co-founders become friends when they were in the Imperial Japanese Navy. After second world war they began working as ‘Tokyo Telecommunications Engineering Corporation’ which later become the first Japanese company to manufacture tape recorder.
Today Sony has become one of the biggest corporations in the world ranked 105th in the Fortune Global 500. The revenue of the company is US$ 68 billion and more than 125,300 people are employed all over the world.
Masaru Ibuka believes that it was his father that helped his innovative nature to be preserved. His father appreciated his wish to discover and do new things which he believes helped him in incorporating Sony and then making it one of the leading companies in the world.