Destination Profiles

  • Montreal, Mont Tremblant and Charlevoix

    Exciting, creative and passionate are just a few of the words used to describe Montreal, and the joie de vivre of the city is hopelessly hard to contain. From world class hotels, to superb convention and meeting space and a plethora of entertainment options, this city has it all.

  • Scandinavian meeting innovation

    Visit Denmark and Wonderful Copenhagen CVB invited international forward thinking guests to power-mingle and experience the beauty of Copenhagen early this summer.

  • Canadian Heart, European Soul

    Quebec is undoubtedly one of Canada’s most unique provinces. Located in the heart of the country, Quebecers have a certain joie de vivre that spills into all aspects of life — be it work or play. Quebec’s culture is reminiscent of Old World Europe — its architecture, food and culture can have some visitors thinking they’ve landed in far away lands instead of central Canada. And meeting delegates who are coming to the area for a major meeting or convention…

  • The Windy City – Chicago is the place to meet

    Fur traders first settled in the Chicago area in the 18th century and since then it has been known as the place to meet. With abundant meeting venues, first-class hotels and one of the busiest airports in the world, it is no wonder that Chicago is one the premier spots in North America for meetings and conventions. …

  • The great outdoors

    The downturn in the global economy has prompted companies to re-evaluate all aspects of their budgets including travel and meeting planning. Instead of springing for exorbitant plane tickets and lavish rooms in exotic locales, they are literally looking in their own backyards and many are turning to resorts.

  • Atlantic Canada

    Blessed with stunning natural beauty and a friendliness known around the globe, Atlantic Canada is inviting folks east.

  • Canada’s got game

    Not quite the glitz of Las Vegas and unable to match the opulence of Monte Carlo, Canada is nonetheless quietly establishing a reputation for itself as a gamblers’ paradise.

  • British Columbia

    Natalie Lajoie didn’t have to look far when choosing a location for her company’s next meeting.In fact, she’d already been there. In her role as manager of conferences and special projects for Electro-Federation Canada, Lajoiewas first introduced to Kelowna five years ago. Impressed by its scenic lakeside location and ample meeting facilities, it didn’t take her long tofall in love with this bustling British Columbia community of more than 100,000 residents. She’s now confident the same will hold true for delegates…

  • Saskatchewan

    Credit Union Centre can convert the Arena Level into 70,000 sq. ft. of exhibitor space and also has an additional 40,000 sq. ft. of space on the Concourse level.

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