Millennial Mantra: Mitali Sawant

Mitali Sawant of Tetra Pak tells Charmiane Alexander what she likes about print and packaging

26 Nov 2019 | By Charmiane Alexander

Mitali Sawant of Tetra Pak

Q: One thing that is on your bucket list
Plant at least 1,000 trees.

Q: Would you rather be like Einstein who is good with numbers, or Shakespeare who is good with words? Why?
In business, I would like to be good with words, would hire someone who is good with numbers.

Q: Describe your dream visit to a factory?
My dream turned to reality, when I saw the Tetra Pak factory in Chakan in a show called Super Factories aired on National Geographic. Now I see it as my everyday workplace.

Q: What’s the best video about print you have ever seen?
The video of the first 3D printed office building in Dubai. 

Q: What accomplishment are you most proud of?
Working with SMI Coated Products for a company norms development project as a student intern back in 2017.

Q: Which scientist or technologist would you want to travel with on a long flight?
I would like to travel with Sundar Pichai and understand his interpretation of future technology.

Q: Where do you see yourself in five years?
Owning a business, and providing innovative packaging solutions for the FMCG market.

Q: What’s the most interesting thing you’ve read or seen recently?
Reading about how the printing and packaging industry is moving towards green solutions fascinates me.

Q: What’s your best childhood memory?
Playing with friends until mom came downstairs and dragged me home.

Q: What smartphone feature would you be excited for a company to implement?
A machine breakdown prediction alert, something like the Apple watch fall detection alert feature would be great.

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