Youva from Navneet set to welcome back students

13 Jun,2022

By Our Staff


Youva, the stationery brand from Navneet Education, has geared up to welcome students with a new stationery range supported by a Back to School campaign.


Launching the campaign, Abhijit Sanyal, Chief Strategy Officer and spokesperson of Youva, said: “With students coming back to school, we thought about celebrating this event by launching a brand new campaign, “Happy hoke chale school hum”. We have created an exciting film with our digital agency ‘ants digital’ that expresses the joy of children returning to school. The all-new product range and the new BTS campaign will help students to re-connect with classrooms and return to normalcy. There are challenges that we are facing as far as paper cost goes and we have taken every effort to minimize passing on the burden to our customers. But witnessing this sight of kids going back to school has created a huge sense of excitement for all of us.


Commenting on the launch of the brand film, “Happy hoke chale school hum”, Sanjay Arora, CEO of Ants Digital added: “This is one of our best films that has come alive. The whole film is a narrative of all mothers who are seeing the journey of their children in these last two years and the new excitement that is experienced by kids while preparing to go back to school. We had great fun creating this film and we are sure all the kids and their parents will love this.”


The lockdowns and restrictions have hampered the children’s learning process and academic life for the past two years. Several important activities like physically coming to the classroom, interacting with the teacher, exercising and playing at the playground with fellow students were not experienced by them during this period.


As a student brand, Youva has revamped its stationery range like Notebooks, Drawing books, Paint brushes, Crayons, Poster colours, Practical books, Geometry boxes and various such products with new designs and vibrant looks to welcome the children back to school. Stationery is most shared when students are together (apart from the lunch boxes though) and they do the most unimaginable things with it. More importantly stationery creates bonding between students when at school. The new Youva campaign is an apt metaphor for this insight.



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