Millennial Mantra: Sulochana Pathak

By 18 Mar 2020

Sulochana Pathak works at Weener Empire and has co-founded an event management venture called Chaiwaalis. She tells Charmiane Alexander what she likes about print and packaging

Sulochana Pathak of Weener Empire

Q: What accomplishment are you most proud of?
A: During my stint at 3M, I designed a stackable POP tray in ArtiosCAD which was employed for six different products. This made me proud. In addition, having a start-up of my own even before I did my engineering is something I’m very proud of.

Q: Would you rather be like Einstein who is good with numbers, or Shakespeare who is good with words? Why?
A: Einstein, because he was not only witty and good with numbers, but he also had an amazing sense of humour.

Q: What is one packaging trend that you hate that everyone else loves?
A: Edible packaging. I’m just not comfortable with the idea.

Q: In your opinion, what’s the best film about print you have ever seen?
A: Snowden. It is an example of how print has allowed quick flow of information.

Q: Describe your dream visit to a factory?
A: A factory driven by 100% renewable and eco-friendly energy sources. The one where there isn’t a stream of toxic waste flowing and meeting a river or sea somewhere.

Q: What would be your dream job?
A: A job that involves exploring places, cuisines, history and stories.

Q: One thing that is on your bucket list
A: Travelling to all the underrated places around the world.

Q: What’s the most interesting thing you’ve read or seen recently?
A: I have recently read about toothpaste tablets that can be stored in plastic containers which are not single use.



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