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Mandira was ready with her presentation within five minutes. The lady who was there to help her set up the presentation knew her way with computers and stuff unlike her who would have taken at least fifteen minutes just to insert a flash drive and start the presentation. In the time her presentation was starting on the projector she asked the lady helping her why was everyone moving haphazardly around and why was this man making everyone run around. She told her that the man was the client she was to pitch for and there had been some miscommunication with the timings. He was called at the same time as the pitchers instead of one hour late. Usually, in such setups, the client is called one hour late while the pitchers line up their presentation. But he was here but no one else was here to give him a presentation.
At that moment she realized that she was the only presenter who had arrived. Others were yet to arrive. Whether this would work for or against her was yet to be seen. She moved to the center of the hall taking a cue from everyone assembling at the center table. She is yet to see the face of a man who was the center of the universe for people in that room. She didn't even know his first name. Just his last name is Mr Goyal. She didn't have time to look into his details. Not because she didn't care about such stuff. It was really important to know the customers beforehand. She couldn't look into his details because she was filling in last for her brother who was supposed to give this presentation in the first place.
Maybe she was not that unlucky, she saw a file lying on the table with the tag Mr.Goyal. She picked it up thinking that she would at least find his first name on it while he comes back from the call he was busy within the far end of the room. She opened the file and read the name, Mayank Goyal. Wait, what? Mayank Goyal. She knew that name. Then she looked at him and she definitely knew that man. He was still on the phone but now he was facing her and she didn't miss the expression of shock on his face...