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Q&A - Ranjit S Gurkar

How did you get into printing?
I was offered a job selling manual photocopy machines and moved into office automation.

What do you like most about your job?
Travelling and experiencing different cultures.

What is the worst thing about your job?
I cannot take a month’s vacation.

What is your dream job?
This one would be if I could take a month’s vacation!

What do you like about living in the UAE?
It is close to my home in Mumbai, India.

What makes you laugh?
Watching my children mimic me.

What is your favourite film?
I have many including ‘Ben Hur’ and ‘The Jungle Book’.

If you could change anything in the world, what would it be?
I’d ban violence on video games, comic books and life

Q&A: Jack Dean

How did you get into printing?
I started as a service engineer in Manchester in 1970.

What do you like most about your job?
Travel and meeting customers.

What is the worst thing about your job?
It’s hard being away from my family so often.

What is your dream job?
I am living my dream. Second is being Wayne Rooney’s strike partner.

What do you like about living in the UAE?
The weather, the people, facilities and hospitality.

What is your favourite phrase or saying?

John Ross

How did you get into print?

By chance. When I worked for British Telecom I applied for the position of printer technical manager in the IT marketing division and got it.


What do you like most about your job?

No two days are really the same. The variety of cultures and challenges that this brings is also interesting. I love to cook as a hobby and travelling around the world and experiencing different foods is very enjoyable.


What is the worst thing about your job?

I like variety and

Q&A: Shyam Babu

Why did you get into print?
I always had a fascination with colours.

What do you like most about your job?
I like having the freedom to do things the way that I want. but I also enjoy serving customers.

What do you like about living in the UAE?
I like the social security and the international culture.

What is your favourite phrase or saying?
God is good all the time.

What is your favourite film?
Lagaan.

If you could change anything in the world, what would it be?
Myself. I constantly

Q&A

Why did you get into printing?
There will always be a need for printing because a paperless  world will never exist

What do you like most about your job?
I like to implement strategies that deliver results

What is the worst thing about your job?
Competition does not sleep in on the weekend

What would be your dream?
No work, full pay.

What do you like about living in this part of the world?
With the traffic jams, there’s always enough time to listen to your favourite music.

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Q & A, Graeme Selby

Graeme Selby is general manager at Oman-based Mazoon Printing, Publishing and Advertising. He believes people will always want to touch and feel magazines and books, and, if he could travel back in time, would head to Ancient Greece.  His  wife’s cooking is his greatest luxury although his biggest embarrassment is attempting to return the favour to her.

Why did you get into print?
People will always want to feel books and magazines.

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