Millennial Mantra: Vinay Nambiar

By 22 Jan 2020

Vinay Nambiar of Huhtamaki PPL tells Charmiane Alexander what he likes about print and packaging

Vinay Nambiar

Q: Where do you see yourself in five years?
A: In the next five years, I wish to see myself happy and successful in whatever I do and want to accomplish.

Q: Would you rather be like Einstein who is good with numbers, or Shakespeare who is good with words? Why?
A: I would rather be Shakespeare whose work remains immortal among literature lovers.

Q: What accomplishment are you most proud of?
A: Being nominated and winning the best student award from Bombay Masters Printers Association (BMPA).

Q: Describe your dream visit to a factory?
A: My dream visit to a factory includes a workspace fully driven by robots.

Q: What’s your best childhood memory?
A: When my little brother, the actual Einstein of our family came into this world.

Q: What would be your dream job?
A: I would like to explore printing and packaging technologies across the globe. 

Q: What’s the most interesting thing you’ve read or seen recently?
A: I was in complete awe of Joaquin Phoenix’s noteworthy acting in the Hollywood movie Joker.

Q: What is one packaging trend that you hate that everyone else loves?
A: The trend that the packaging should look attractive. I think that’s just one aspect of the packaging. How good would be the looks, if the product that is packaged arrives in a damaged condition? I think the quality of the package should be as good.

Q: If you could time travel, where would you go and why?
A: I would like to time travel to the next five years so that I can answer the first question.



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