Women in Print: Anjana Saha

Anjana Saha Maikap, marketing manager, production printing business group of Ricoh India has spent more than ten years in the print and publishing industry. She enjoys travelling and shoppin. She believes that in the marketing warfare shortcuts don’t work and one has to start by learning the rules

08 Mar 2014 | By PrintWeek India

Why did you get into printing?
I got inspired by my husband. 
Who would play you in a movie about your life?
Angelina Jolie.
What would you most like to print?
Something innovative. 
What is your favourite film?
Who or what do you hate the most?
What is your favourite music album?
Coffee with Kishore.
What is your greatest luxury in life?
To spend holidays along the riverside of a forest where I would swim, bushwalk along with fishing.
Who would you like to be stuck on a desert island with?
With my collection of thriller books.
What’s your greatest fear?
To be alone.
Which superpower would you like to have?
Sufficient energy to work for 24 hours along with a superpower to remove corruption from the
How would you like to be remembered?
As a good friend.
Life is…
Like a time travel. Past is where one store their mistakes. Present is a blank slate where one keeps on writing. Future is the delivery which one can secure by making their present strong and healthy.
(This Feature appeared in the 20 May 2011 issue of PrintWeek India)