PrintPack 2022 Visitor Speak: Arjun Dewan

The PrintWeek/WhatPackaging? team bumped into Arjun Dewan, partner, Nandini Aakarshita, a print service provider for the luxury hospitality industry based in Gurugram, on the fourth day of PrintPack. We asked him about his impressions on the show. This is what he said.

29 May 2022 | By Rahul Kumar

Arjun Dewan, partner at Nandini Aakarshita

What struck me the most was the display of different kinds of machines from small-scale manufacturers, as well as machines in the entry-level price range. This indicates that people with limited capital are also entering into the market.

When you see a shopfloor employee visiting the show looking to buy a basic bookbinding machine, you know that the person is aspiring to become an entrepreneur. This is inspiring.

The show also afforded face-to-face networking opportunities for old and new partners after more than two years.  

Despite the discussions on what is happening in the industry, and about the future trends, one thing is certain: both paper and printing will remain. They will change their forms depending on the market requirements but the intrinsic demand will always be there.