The region’s most prestigious awards programme welcomes the continued support of the Kingdom’s premier provider of quality paints and coatings
As the PropertyGuru Cambodia Property Awards returns on its 7th year of rewarding the achievements of the local industry players and their outstanding portfolio, we are proud to have the continuous support of Jotun (Cambodia) Ltd, Cambodia’s leading supplier of high quality Decorative paints and Protective coatings, as the official Silver Sponsor.
“Entering its 7th year now, PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards has set its foot in Cambodia to be the place for recognising and celebrating the extraordinary achievements of property developers in the country,” said Irvan Finkelstein, Jotun’s Marketing Manager.
Jotun “believes that the [programme] is giving a positive impact to the industry, to break the creative boundary, and to be more innovative and sustainable in things we do.”
Through this partnership with one of the top paint manufacturers on the globe, armed with their innovative products and technologies that cater to the current market needs, Jotun shares a similar vision with the programme and leading developers in prioritising the well-being of its users and the community.
“As a Silver sponsor this year, we are very happy to be associated once more with the Awards and to be part of this journey together,” shared Irvan.
Among the world-renowned projects that Jotun have collaborated with include Marina Bay Sands in Singapore and Burj Khalifa in Dubai. In Cambodia alone, they offer a complete range of product portfolio that meet developers’ demands, from their best exterior paint brand JOTASHIELD COLOUR EXTREME, designed to be the best on durability and colour performance against UV to their best interior paint brand MAJESTIC PERFECT BEAUTY AND CARE that focuses on beautification and healthy home with a wide range of colour options and with new colour collections being introduced yearly. They also have a steel protection line with up to 10,000 colours to choose from under their MultiColour Industry system and their JOTAFLOOR brand for floor concrete protection.
As with our award-winning developers, innovation is key for Jotun. Among their latest breakthroughs that will be introduced mid-August this year is a new premium exterior product called JOTASHIELD ULTRA CLEAN equipped with a one-of-a-kind AntiDirt Technology® that self-cleans with rains.
Jotun (Cambodia) Ltd is a subsidiary of Jotun A/S, Norway, protecting a variety of property assets, ranging from iconic buildings to beautiful homes. As one of the world’s leading manufacturers of paints and coatings, the supplier combines high quality with creativity and technology. Jotun operates in more than 100 countries, boasts 40 production facilities, and has 10,293 strong and dedicated employees worldwide.
Launched in 2005, the PropertyGuru Asia Property Awards has an unparalleled reputation for being credible, fair, and transparent, with an independent panel of judges and trusted awards supervisor. The programme hosts several annual gala dinners in physical and virtual formats, welcoming hundreds of C-level executives, senior industry figures, and property seekers from around the region.
Widely recognised as a professionally-run international awards series, the 16-year-old programme continues to set the gold standard for achievement and success in the Asia Pacific real estate sector.
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