The NYCVB Makes NYC Happen
New York City receives over 20 million foreign and 40 million domestic tourists each year. NYC also hosts over 200 large conventions and 500 conferences each year for a wide variety of clients, that range from Fashion Week in the Spring to ComicCon in the Fall.
The NYCVB Mission
The New York Convention and Visitors Bureau (NYCVB) is a destination marketing organization dedicated to developing tourism and trade for the five boroughs of New York City including: Manhattan, The Bronx, Brooklyn, Queens and Staten Island. The NYCVB has been providing tourism services for over 20 years and looks forward to the next 50 years with a new management team dedicated to developing trade and tourism relationships with domestic travelers, world travelers and businesses.
Even though the outside boroughs of New Jersey and the Westchester County cities of Yonkers and Mount Vernon are well outside the NYC catchment area (and not officially members of NYCVB), they often get into the act as the sixth and seventh boroughs respectively, given their close proximity to NYC. Many NYC visitors and conferences may also find themselves in these outside boroughs when conference space and hotel accommodations in NYC become overwhelmed, especially during the holiday.
In NYC we provide a full suite of services for conventions and visitors to NYC, to make the convention and visitors experience, the very best it can be. From planning a small event to a massive 10,000+ person conference, the NYCVB can help provide all the right services that will help the sponsors and organizers deliver on their goal of a conference that the participants will remember. Leveraging its deep relationships with business, commerce, hotels and the NYC Mayor’s office, The NYCVB can help bring NYC experiences and events that are truly memorable.
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NYCVB – New York Convention and Visitors Bureau
12 Times Square, 3rd floor.
New York, NY 10019
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