Montréal Attracts Global Nonprofits

On the bustling banks of the Saint Lawrence River in the heart of Quebec, Montréal is establishing itself as a headquarters for international organizations and nonprofits.

San Jose’s Comic Con Boosts Local Economy

Late last month, Silicon Valley Comic Con (SVCC) not only drove roughly 100,000 people to the downtown area of San Jose, but, according to estimates, more than $12.5 million in direct revenue to local businesses resulting in a greater economic impact than Super Bowl 50 last year.

Dining Around: Best Practices for Groups

With more than 400 restaurants citywide to choose from — 100 of which have opened in the past five years — it’s easy to see why dine arounds are popular in Indy.

Louisville’s Spirit Shines Through in Bourbon Heritage Month

Louisville has long been known for its bourbon, and its spirited offerings just keep growing. So it’s not surprising that the Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau has used bourbon to leverage the city’s brand across its client base, from leisure traveler to group business.

Ottawa Builds on Canada’s Birthday

With a host of initiatives commemorating Canada’s 150th anniversary this year, Ottawa has attracted new and returning clients to the city.