Post Script: Sapna Gulati

Sapna Gulati is an executive assitant at Tetra Pak who believes that we should embrace sustainabilty in order to reduce our negative impact on earth

12 Nov 2019 | By PrintWeek Team

Sapna Gulati of Tetra Pak

Q: Your favourite packaging design?
A: Tetra Pak Prisma.

Q: How would you describe yourself in a line?
A: Dependable and flexible.

Q: Your tip to resolve conflicts…
A: Have respectful dialogues with each other.

Q: Your view on sustainability and going green.
A: Sustainability is  one of the biggest values in the legacy we leave behind. It doesn’t require a grand gesture. Just a few incremental changes in our habits can collectively reduce our negative impact on earth.

Q: One teacher you remember and why?
A: A Japanese Buddhist philosopher named Daisaku Ikeda.

Q: Your favourite book? 
A: Happiness begins at home by Daisaku Ikeda.

Q: What is your favourite film?
A: Titanic.

Q: Life is…?
A: Life in not that difficult, we are. The reality is that every difficulty in life is created by us, so we should take it and make it easy.

Q: How do you spend your spare time? 
A: Spending time with my family, reading books and chanting.

Q: Desired vacation spot?
A: Australia and New Zealand.

Q: Your hobbies?
A: Travelling and cooking.

Q: One key tip for good health?
A: Eat and think healthy.