Yuvaa, a youth media and insights organization, has partnered with Nothing to introduce Generation Nothing, the company’s inaugural student program in India. Nothing, a tech company, aims to promote innovation and provide support to young creators through this community outreach initiative.
Nothing will carefully select students who possess a keen interest in design, culture, and technology. As part of this program, the company plans to conduct workshops for students, granting them valuable opportunities to showcase their skills, collaborate with the company’s team, and establish connections with experts from all over the globe.
All About the Generation Nothing
Acknowledging that the foundation of Nothing is built upon young and creative individuals, the company recognizes the pivotal role that students play in their endeavors. They believe that today’s students have the greatest potential to advance their vision and thrive in a world where technology becomes enjoyable once again.
In return, Nothing has exciting benefits in store for the students. These include exclusive access to unique experiences, merchandise, and vouchers. Additionally, selected students may be eligible for internship grants and the chance to work with the company, gaining valuable industry experience.
Manu Sharma, the Vice President and General Manager of Nothing India, explains that the Generation Nothing program seeks to tap into the brightest minds of young Indian talent, driving innovation and creativity. Nothing plans to leverage Yuvaa’s student network to reach out to potential collaborators and innovators who align with the brand’s values. They firmly believe that this program will inspire students, allowing them to actively engage with the Nothing team and fostering a creative exchange of knowledge and co-creation. Ultimately, through this program, Nothing aspires to revolutionize students’ approach to technology.
It’s important to note that only students currently enrolled in Indian institutions are eligible to participate in this program. This initiative coincides with Nothing’s preparations for the launch of its second smartphone, the Nothing Phone (2), in multiple markets.