February 15: Himanshi Singla and Akanksha Roy came up with the idea for Paperphile. Himanshi, a Delhi University graduate and later an MBA (marketing) graduate, has always wanted to build her own firm and run it using the business ideas she learned from her idols, family, and as a student. Akanksha has been the creative pillar of Paperphile, while Himanshi has been the functional pillar. Akanksha, an IP University graduate, has always thought that art is magic and that magic is what the world needs, to the point where she prefers her job to being a Paperphile.
She decided to focus on creating a brand that would appeal to people’s specific requirements. Paperphile has been a favourite among customers, particularly millennials, thanks to her creativity and people abilities, as well as Himanshi’s business-driven and analytical approach.
The duo is the creators of Paperphile, a company that specializes in crafting one-of-a-kind frames, bookmarks, badges, diaries, and candles.
Paperphile began as a stationery company but has since evolved into a lifestyle brand that sells both stationery and home design items. Their clients and their lifestyles inspire them at Paperphile, as they like it to say ‘Paperphile is all about you’.
Suppose you enjoy drawing, reading, or simply keeping diaries, pencils, and other cute items. This online gift shop has a fantastic selection of cutesy notebooks, journals, pocket diaries, postcards, scented candles, and much more, so we’re sure you’ll find it appealing. Paperphile’s exclusive assortment includes desk knickknacks and artistic stationery. This online company sells personalised stationery that is lovingly developed and printed.
If we have to name a few of the must-buys from them, it would be Soy Candle, Blank Journals, The Friends Hamper, Relax Cushion Covers, Petite Candles.
Paperphile’s founders, Himanshi Singla and Akansha Roy, are among those youthful minds who believe in creating rather than procrastinating. The mantra of Himanshi and Akansha’s journey has been “necessity is the mother of ingenuity.” Even India’s largest stationery fair failed to serve them and provide them with the appropriate stationery supplies, so they decided to create their own business.