The pandemic brought conferences to a sudden halt, emptying convention centers and shuttering hotels. Over a year later, in-person meetings are on the rebound.Read More »
The National Urban League, the nation’s oldest and largest community-based civil rights organization, formally announced today it has chosen Baltimore as the host city for its four-day 2016 annual conference. “We are especially excited to bring the 2016 conference to ...Read More »
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Two large conventions and more than 6,000 visitors will descend on Baltimore starting Friday, and officials say the week will be the city’s best chance ever to boost its tourism reputation. The U.S. Conference of Mayors begins Friday, and will ...Read More »
Baltimore-area hotel revenues are projected to be on the rise in October and November, thanks in part to increased attendance at conventions. Visit Baltimore, the official convention sales and marketing arm of the city, projected Monday that groups will spend ...Read More »