While earning my bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering, I was given the opportunity to gain my first experience in the automotive industry; I was able to write my bachelor’s thesis at an automotive supplier in 2011. Afterwards, I had the opportunity to complete a trainee program at a manufacturer of drive and control technology in Bangalore. It was a great opportunity to get training in inventory management and production planning for the assembly of hydraulic off-highway gear-type pumps.
In 2013, I decided to start a “Master in Management Engineering (MSc)” degree program in Italy. Leaving my home country was a huge step for me, because moving abroad meant getting out of my comfort zone. However, I was curious and wanted to find out how people think, live and work in other countries.