Millennial Mantra: Mansi Gupta

By 17 Nov 2020

Mansi Gupta is a packaging technologist. She tells Charmiane Alexander what she likes about print and packaging

One way print can change the world?
The rapid growth of 3D printed products has disrupted the medical field. We are going to see a slew of medical devices and surgical procedures employing 3D printing in the future.

What’s your best childhood memory about reading in a library?
Finding the comic section in my school library and picking the best book before anyone else does.

If you could time travel, where would you go and why?
To the past. I would want the seven-year-old me to know that there is no rush to grow up; I would enjoy and cherish every moment in life.

Are millennials loyal to brands or do they prefer exploring other alternatives?
Millennials lean towards innovations and the latest trends.

What accomplishments are you most proud of?
My growth as a creative writer. It required hard work and a consistent flow of ideas for my social media blog. 

Describe your dream visit to a factory?
I wish to visit the manufacturing facilities of brands such as Amul or Cadbury to understand how they sample new products before launch.

Social media has become the newest way of promoting packaging innovations or learning about the newest trends in packaging. Why?
From news to innovations or product launches, everyone has found a new ground to thrive – social media.

Which is the most innovative packaging that you have come across?
Retro-futurism designs in packaging. 

What would be your dream job?
A food blogger or a critic so that I can travel and explore various delicacies. 

One thing that is on your bucket list
Travel to at least 25 countries. 

Which scientist or technologist would you want to travel with on a long flight?
Late Stephen Hawking.



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