Millennial Mantra: Saurav Shetty

By 13 Jan 2021

Saurav Shetty is a BTech graduate from Manipal Institute of Technology (MIT). He tells Charmiane Alexander what he likes about print and packaging

Which is your favourite book?
Wise And Otherwise: A Salute to Life written by Sudha Murty is one of my favourite books.

If you could time travel, where would you go and why?
Travel back to 2019 and warn everyone about Coronavirus.

Some people say print is dead. Your take on it...
Print can never be dead. Even though almost everything is digitised these days, you are still reading this article on paper, aren’t you?

Are millennials loyal to brands or do they prefer exploring other alternatives?
Millennials prefer exploring new alternatives because everyone wants the best in this modern era.

Which is better – a novel or a movie?
A novel would be better, because with a novel, you can have your own interpretation of the character. The limit is your own imagination.

What accomplishment are you most proud of?
Graduating from MIT with a title of ‘Gem of Print’ from the department.

Any innovative packaging product that you have come across?
Edible ice-cream spoons have to be one of the innovative packaging products I have come across.

What’s the most interesting thing you’ve read recently?
I read an article about the growing fatigue with work from home.

Which scientist or technologist would you want to travel with on a long flight?
It would be Nikola Tesla. I would love to have a conversation with him about all the inventions he had discovered.

One thing that is on your bucket list...
Skydiving is on the top of my bucket list.

One way print can change the world...
3D printing in prosthetics is one of the ways print can change the modern world.



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