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AIESEC in Mumbai is back with the biggest cultural extravaganza of the year, Converge 2017

Converge is an event hosted by AIESEC in Mumbai that is going to take place on 30th July, 2017 at Dublin Square, Phoenix MarketCity, Kurla.

It will start from 3 PM onwards. Converge is a cultural extravaganza with a motive of breaking stereotypes. Through Converge, internationals will get an opportunity to share their culture, beliefs, and ideas with the audience one on one.  This is an event that aims to bring the world closer. Promotion of unity and harmony amongst the people

International delegates will be representing their culture by putting up their respective stalls and displaying their ethnicity.

This event aims to bring young people from different parts of the world all under one roof.
Along with this, there will be a performance by the popular stand-up comedian Sapan Verma from EIC. Popular young poet Simar Singh and Navaldeep Singh from UnErase Poetry will be performing slam poetry themed on these powerful social issues at Converge. Ram Subramanian who runs the well known Facebook page Voiceof Ram and is an activist in promoting peace, love and equality amongst nations will be the keynote speaker at Converge.

This event is an amazing opportunity for young individuals; one should definitely grab this opportunity and attend this global carnival happening in Mumbai this month.

Date: 30th July, Sunday

Venue: Dublin Square, Phoenix Market City, Kurla

Time: 3 PM onwards

Early Bird Passes at 349 INR. Early bird registrations only till 20th July.

You can book your tickets here:


For any enquiries and passes:

Kevil Shah


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