At the end of the academic semester, Maxk Lighting and Maxk Laminate co-hosted an educational and hands-on workshop at Limkokwing University, focusing on providing students with insightful and sector-specific knowledge. The objective of these workshops is to help students make a smooth transition from classroom to workspace.
“The community we build is the community we live in. Acting in the education field is like paving the road for a better future” said Ms. Chaoji Ho, Operations Manager at Maxk Group. “The event was not only informative but good fun. We are proud of Cambodia’s future architects and designers.”
Founded in 1991 in Malaysia, Limkokwing University of Creative Technology is an international university that provides learning concepts for students to develop their creative thinking, through both personal and professional growth.
With a presence across Africa, Europe and Asia, Limkokwing University has settled one of their 13 campuses in Phnom Penh. Sensitive to market demand, their learning programs integrate academic learning with the latest industry knowledge. Their mission, “to change the world through innovation and creativity”, goes hand-in-hand with Maxk Group’s vision.
Two products were especially inspiring and made the student’s designer’s eyes lit up. First, there was FenixNTM, a super opaque nanotech surfacing material capable of healing any superficial micro-scratches thermally. In other words, micro-scratches on this material can be repaired simply by “ironing them out”.
Then there was Saliot Lighting, a wireless adjustable down and track light. This innovative technology provides a variety of lighting options adaptable to changing conditions with only one device, making manual changes in complicated locations obsolete.