RVCJ to Launch India’s First and the Biggest Celebration of Memes with Meme Utsav

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When the world becomes a meme and you start seeing everything in the ‘meme’ way… this is for you! In a groundbreaking move, RVCJ announced the launch of “Meme Utsav,” India’s first and largest celebration dedicated to the world of memes. The event aims to honour and recognize the unsung heroes behind the screens – the ingenious minds who bring laughter and thought-provoking insights to our daily digital lives. “Meme Utsav” is set to be an IP (Intellectual Property) event, taking place at NESCO Goregaon East, Mumbai, on the 16th and 17th of December, spanning over two exciting days. TheGlitz reports.

Memes have undoubtedly become a cultural phenomenon, transcending the digital realm to become a language of their own. Studies have shown that memes possess the extraordinary power to generate up to ten times the reach and engagement of a regular social media post. However, despite their pervasive influence, the creative geniuses behind memes often remain anonymous, hidden, and unrecognized behind the humour they create.

Meme Utsav seeks to change this by providing a platform for these talented individuals to step into the limelight. For the first time in India, meme creators will be celebrated for their contributions to online culture. This grand celebration aims not only to acknowledge their efforts but also to delve into the fascinating process of meme creation and award our country’s top meme creators. Attendees will have the unique opportunity to meet and interact with the faces behind the most viral and entertaining memes of our time.

Mr. A. Aziz Khan, Co-Founder, and Chief Revenue Officer, RVCJ Digital Media – “We are ecstatic to introduce Meme Utsav, a platform that finally puts a spotlight on the brilliant minds who tirelessly craft the memes that enrich our online experiences. Meme Utsav isn’t just an event; it’s a movement that brings well-deserved recognition to the creative geniuses behind the screens. Our aim is to provide a stage where meme content creators can stand tall, and their wit and humour can be celebrated with the grandeur they truly deserve.”

Meme Utsav is set to revolutionize the way we perceive and engage with memes. It promises to be a monumental event that celebrates the power of creativity, humour, and social commentary. Meme enthusiasts, creators, and all those who wish to be part of this revolutionary celebration are invited to join the festivities and contribute to the vibrant tapestry of meme culture.

For additional information regarding the commemoration, we suggest following Meme Utsav on various social media platforms. Please keep in touch with the latest news and join us in celebrating together.

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