Women in print: Aparna Govil

By 15 Jan 2018

Aparna Govil is the CEO and founder of Shree Maitrey Printech and a keen sports enthusiast.

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When did you get into the printing industry?
I am married into one of India’s oldest publishing family. During a re-structuring exercise in 2008, I founded the printing business.
 
Define Shree Maitrey Printech in one line.
Quality delivered on time.
 
What would be your dream job?
Doing what I love.
 
Any sport that you follow?
I prefer to participate and play.
 
What is your favourite film or song?
I am a science fiction fan. So all movies that make you think of the possibilities.
 
Your role model?
My mother. She is the strongest person I know. 
 
One teacher you remember and why?
Brother Berchman, because he always took the time to listen. 
 
One most valuable work lesson?
Work hard… work smart.
 
One key tip for good health.
Eat less, stress less. Enjoy the good moments.
 
Most useful app?
Google Maps, helpful to work around the infamous Delhi traffic.
 
Desired vacation spot?
Anywhere with my family.
 
A really nice OOH campaign while travelling?
The Amul adverstising campaigns.
 
Your tip to resolve conflicts…
Listen to all sides with an open mind.
 
Print in future?
Happily married to digital.
 
Life is…?
A journey. Enjoy it.

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