Gone are the days, where similar and dull products fought for customers’ attention through a price war that only served to devalue markets and impact product quality. The age of copycat products is nearing an end.
Recent events such as the Maersk Eindhoven and Essen container losses in the Pacific have put into sharp focus the need for digitalisation in the cargo market. Until recently, the data has not been available, but this is quickly changing.
One (wo)man’s trash could very well be, another (wo)man’s treasure. That is the philosophy by which Maslisa Zainuddin lives and swears by. Lisa is a Program Leader and Lecturer at Sunway University’s School of Arts, Department of Art, Design & Media. She is also a Designer and Researcher who strives for the pursuit of Sustainable Design through Adaptive Reuse by making, remaking, creating, and recreating all things beautiful from unwanted objects.