Australian and Cambodian student exchange program
We have begun early negotiations with the Murawin company and the University of NSW Australian Graduate School of Management for a proposed exchange program. The concept is to have university students from Australia spending time visiting industries in Cambodia and doing work experience in the Vissot industry. In exchange, Cambodian students would spend time in Australia visiting industries and doing work experience. This would be a great opportunity for students from both countries to gain valuable cross-cultural experience as well as contribute their training and experience and gain practical work experience as well.
"It's been an amazing experience"
Rebecca and Brendan are two Aboriginal students from Australia near the end of their degrees in graphic design and nutrition who spent a couple of weeks at Vissot recently. They added great value to the industry (see an example of their work below) while gaining invaluable experience.
"Brendan and I have enjoyed our time at Vissot VERY much and just wanted to thank you and your staff for treating us so nicely and for showing us around and helping us out. It's been an amazing experience and we really appreciate it.
Just because we are leaving on Monday doesn't mean that our help stops there. I am happy to continue applying the new design to the rest of Vissot's products and Brendan has already made a start on revising the nutritional labelling for your other products. Our work can be done from anywhere, we can take it with us, so once you have taken the designs to the printers, if it needs any changes or if you decide you would like something different I'm just an email away and would love to work on it for you.
We admire the work Vissot and Healthland does, and even more so, the wonderful, friendly people who work here, so please don't hesitate to contact us with any assistance you may need."
- Rebecca Hammond
Here is one of the packages that Rebecca and Brendan helped design. But they didn't just design the package but gave ideas for Vissot staff and management about how to design packaging: