Creativeland Asia has been working on building Youngcreative.org, a student arm that attempts to build a community of enterprising students from diverse backgrounds such as B-schools, design schools and graduate colleges. The agency says it aims to position youngcreative.org as a platform for creative students from all disciplines to showcase their ideas, thoughts and creativity.
Raj Kurup, chairman and chief creative officer, Creativeland Asia (pictured) says the initiative will give students a chance "to interact with real brands, work on brand strategies and conduct market research, besides creating content for television, web and cinema."
Kurup says Youngcreative.org will give students the chance to create a virtual office/studio, where they can network with likeminded young creative people. They can seek guidance from established writers, designers, branding and marketing experts that the platform will offer.
"Youngcreative.org has a stringent selection process to hand pick only the best young minds. This is a place for people who believe in creativity, and seriously aspire to lead a change," says Kurup, adding, "The role of this arm will be to help young creative people tap their potential before they get into the corporate rigmarole and get jaded. This arm will be actively working on live projects. From content creation, to design, to research projects, to creative projects across disciplines, to product ideas, to advertising ideas, to business ideas."
Those interested in being a part of Youngcreative.org can mail the agency at email@example.com.