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At the center of New Mexico lies a vibrant city. Albuquerque which is also known as Duke City is the largest city in New Mexico with a population of 545,852.  Albuquerque has countless things to offer since it was influenced by diverse cultures and dynamic traditions. This city is known as home for International Balloon Fiesta which takes place every year in October.



Anaheim is a Southern California city, located in Orange County just outside of Los Angeles, and is home to just under 400,000 people. The convention center hosts plenty of conventions, trade shows, conferences and events annually, which brings in a lot for their economy.



Atlanta has the perfect mix of modern urbanism and historic southern charm. Here you can find the tranquillity and quintessential grace of the South interspersed amongst the busy corners, various bars and restaurants, business districts, music venues and many other staple components of a dynamic metropolis.



An incredible place to live, work and invest, Austin offers a significant opportunity for any business growth. When people talk about Austin, the first thing that comes to their minds is music. Texas’ capital city has a magnificent outdoor setting with over 250 music centers and arts scene.



Baltimore, a seaport city located in Maryland has a population of just over 600,000 people and is located on the East Coast of the United States. Once upon a time, Baltimore was an extremely industrial city, offering a large number of jobs in manufacturing industries.



Boston is home to many high-tech companies, and the economy thrives off of financial sectors, technology research, education as well as the tourism sector. Furthermore, tourism is very important to their economy and it generates a large amount of income for the City. Boston is a beautiful East Coast city with many things to do and see and it is a fantastic location to attend a trade show, convention or event.



Charlotte, also known as the Queen City, is located in the beautiful state of North Carolina. The city of Charlotte has been named the fastest growing metro area in the United States and third fastest growing city in the country, offering ample opportunity for business growth and a fantastic place to establish connections and build relationships. The city is home to many large financial institution headquarters such as the Bank of America, making it one of the top three banking hubs in the entire country.



Chicago, also known as the Windy City, is one of America’s largest cities and is an international hub for many different sectors such as industrial work, transportation, and finance, and is known for its beautiful architecture. Beaumont & Co. attends a large number of trade shows, conventions and events in Chicago annually, and knows all of the tricks of the trade when it comes to the venues and regulations.


Colorado Springs

Colorado Springs is the largest city in Colorado by area and also the most populous city of El Paso County, Colorado. It is located near the base of one of the most famous American mountains, Pikes Peak. The city’s economy is driven primarily by aerospace and defense, technology and tourism.



Ohio’s state capital, Columbus has a population of more than 1 million. Home to Columbus Blue Jacket, an National Hockey League (NHL) team, Columbus Destroyers, an Arena Football League and many other sports leagues, this city is definitely into sports.



Dallas is located in North Central Texas and so far with the 3rd largest population in the state. It is also the 9th largest city in the US. Every year, there are about 24.9 million visitors in the city. No wonder this city is a top tourist destination in Texas and also the leading business and financial hub in the Southwest.



Denver is the capital city of Colorado. The town was named after former Kansas Territory governor James Denver. Denver takes pride in having major professional sports teams such as the NFL Denver Broncos, MLB’s Colorado Rockies, NBA Denver Nuggets and the NHL Colorado Avalanche.



Located in Michigan, United States, Detroit is commonly referred to as the Motor City. It is the largest city in the state and one of the world’s leading automobile manufacturing center. Thus the nickname Motor City. Although Detroit has a diversified shipping and manufacturing base, the main industry generating the highest city revenue is the assembly-line production.


Fort Lauderdale

Fort Lauderdale is a beautiful city on the Eastern coast of Florida, filled with fantastic beaches for locals and tourists, great outdoor restaurants. Fort Lauderdale is a wonderful location to attend a convention, trade show or conference if you are involved in the tourism industry or marine industry because of the economic growth these sectors provide for the city.



Honolulu is the capital city of Hawaii. The modern city is home to several manufacturing plants, including sugar refineries, dairy enterprises, clothing factories, and cement manufacturing companies making it an ideal location for exhibitions and trade shows all year round. Furthermore, it is the industrial and commercial center of the Hawaii state.



Houston, the largest city in the Southern United States, is the fourth largest city in the country as a whole and is known for its involvement in aeronautics, the Space Center and NASA’s astronaut training center. After NYC, Houston is home to the second most Fortune 500 company headquarters, making it a fantastic location for economic growth and business development.



Indianapolis also known as Indy is located in Indiana, USA. It the most populated city in Indiana with 829, 718 residing in this city. In addition to this, this city is can be called as “The Circle City” as it can be traced back on 1820 when Indiana General Assembly has appointed a committee to plan and design the city.



Jacksonville is one of the major business centers in Florida. It is home to a variety of industries, from manufacturing, aerospace, finance, transportation to Information technology. Finance is the leading contributor to the city’s revenue, with more than 60 000 employees working in this industry.


Kansas City

Las Vegas, Nevada, is a city built on the entertainment industry and is the leading financial hub of the state. Las Vegas is a community-driven city and invests a lot of money into small businesses and startup companies, and if you are considering doing business here, keep in mind that other parts of Las Vegas, aside from the Strip, are quite economical.


Las Vegas

Las Vegas, Nevada, is a city built on the entertainment industry and is the leading financial hub of the state. Las Vegas is a community-driven city and invests a lot of money into small businesses and startup companies, and if you are considering doing business here, keep in mind that other parts of Las Vegas, aside from the Strip, are quite economical.


Long Beach

As the name suggests, Long Beach city in California is best known as a major industrial port with a unique oceanfront, extensive storage facilities, and docking. Its port has been ranked as one of the busiest in the United States. Apart from international trade through the port, the city has diversified industries contributing to its economy.


Los Angeles

Los Angeles, often referred to as LA, is a beautiful southern Californian city, with a population of 4 million people, it is the second largest city by population in the United States. Los Angeles has many attractions to bring people to the city, and it makes it a great location to attend a trade show, convention or event, with there never being a dull moment in the beautiful city.



Memphis is situated in the Southwestern side of Shelby County Tennessee state wherein it is considered as the most populous city of the county. It also lies alongside where Mississippi River and Wolf River meet, near on its neighboring states Arkansas and Mississippi.



Situated in Biscayne Bay, Miami or officially the City of Miami is the economic and financial hub of Florida. This is one of the world’s most popular vacation spots and has a tropical monsoon climate where everyone can enjoy the lures of deep-sea fishing, boat shows, and auto racing.



Wisconsin’s largest city, Milwaukee has Lake Michigan along its shores. This cool city with almost a million residents is also the 5th largest city in the Midwest. Filled with history and culture, Milwaukee is home to famous breweries along with the Major League Brewers baseball team.



Minneapolis is one of the major cities and considered to be the largest city in Minnesota. It is part of one half of the Twin Cities, the other is St Paul. There are at least 16 lakes surrounding and within the city limits. From hot summers to extremely cold snowy winters, this city has almost half a million inhabitants.



Music City, home of country music in the United States, Nashville, Tennessee is one place you would want to visit. Located along the central region of the United States, with a population of around 700,000, Nashville is the capital city of Tennessee and residence of Vanderbilt University.


New Orleans

New Orleans plays a significant role as a port center in Louisiana. It harbors major industrial, educational and medical centers. The city’s strategic location on the bend of Mississippi River has facilitated its rapid growth as a port with fishing industry becoming one of the main economic activities.


New York City

New York City, the largest city by population in the US, is comprised of 5 boroughs and at the center is Manhattan, which is a large commercial and financial hub of the city. NYC, as a whole, is a major city for world trade, banking, finance and most definitely tourism. This East Coast city is home to a large number of Fortune 500 companies and is where you will find the widely know Wall Street, which is New York’s largest economic sector.


Oklahoma City

Oklahoma City, also known as OKC, is that largest and considered the state capital of Oklahoma. With its geographic region, it is a city rich in oil, natural gas and its livestock markets is reviewed as one of the largest in the world. A city with subtropical climate, with a population of more than a million inhabitants, is home to the NBA team, Oklahoma City Thunder.



Omaha is situated in Nebraska, United States. The city serves as a center of economic activities in the Midwestern US and is a sure place for tourism and investment. The economy in Omaha relies on finance and banking, engineering, construction, and tourism. The city is home to four Fortune 500 companies|; Berkshire Hathaway, Kiewit Corporation, Mutual of Omaha, and Union Pacific Corporation, making it a significant banking hub in the entire country.



Located in central Florida, Orlando, also known as the theme park capital of the world, is known worldwide as a tourist destination for families and those young at heart. Orlando is home to many theme parks but it is known for Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando, both of which are made up of several other parks. Both Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando generate a lot of income for the city and are huge drivers of the tourism economic sector.



What comes to your mind when you hear of Philadelphia? The Liberty Bell?, the Independence Hall? Or the Rocky Balboa? Well, there is so much more to this city in Pennsylvania. Also referred to as Philly or ‘City of Brotherly Love’, the city is not only renowned for its history enriched with symbolism and culture, but also for its medical sector.



Aside from being the fifth most populous city in the US, Phoenix is also the capital and most populous city of Arizona. Being one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, Phoenix is also known to have a hot desert climate. It has long, very hot summers and short mild winters that everyone will be able to enjoy most activities all-year round



Located in Pennsylvania, USA, Pittsburgh, with the influence of Allegheny, Ohio, and Monongahela is a city known as “The Steel City” and “The Bridge City” as the city features their economic and business contribution in the State. It has a population of 305, 704 making it the second largest city in Pennsylvania.



Portland, Oregon is an inexpensive city with the lowest cost of living on the US West Coast. The town is an attractive destination for many investors and a growing number of companies. Although there are 2 million residents in Portland, the city has high quality and affordable amnesties, making it suitable for hosting business events and trade shows.



The capital city of the state of California, Sacramento, is located in the northeast of San Francisco and southwest of Lake Tahoe, providing locals with both city adventures, business opportunities, and natural beauty. Sacramento is the major hub of extensive agricultural production—primarily dairy products, poultry, beef cattle, fruits and vegetables (especially grapes, pears, and tomatoes), wheat, rice, and corn (maize).


San Diego

With a population of over 1.3 million people, San Diego is regarded as the second largest city in California. The main attraction here is, of course, its weather. Most days are sunny while winter temperatures rarely fall below 40 degrees. Annual rainfall occurs only during December through March. Besides the welcoming climate, the city has beautiful 700 miles pristine beaches and a collection of fantastic family attractions.


San Francisco

San Francisco, the beautiful northern Californian city, is a financial and cultural hub of the state, with a population of just under 1 million people. Known for all of the hills and the Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco is rich in tourism as it is a large part of their economy, and is to thank for much of their economic growth. San Francisco is home to the San Francisco Giants and the San Francisco 49ers, which is known to be a driver for their tourism sector.


San Jose

Situated at California’s Bay Area, San Jose is well recognized for its advanced technology and computer-related industries. The woodsy area is the headquarters of established companies dealing in technology, such as the Adobe Systems, IBM, Hitachi, and Cisco Systems. It is also an agricultural center, tourist destination, sports, and transport center of Silicon Valley.



Seattle, largest city in Seattle with 800,000 is located at the Pacific region in the United States. This rainy city is surrounded by scenic views, water, mountains, forests and nature. Don’t be deceived by its natural terrain, Seattle is also the residence of major companies such as Boeing,, Microsoft and a lot more. A mix of nature and technology all rolled into one, here at Seattle. Lots of opportunities to explore and learn.



Famous for its scenic beauty, Tucson attracts visitors with its breathtaking natural setting, vibrant culture and beautiful weather. The city, which is located in Arizona, has a population of 1 million residents. Besides tourism, many industries significantly contribute to the economy of Tucson. Arts, manufacturing and high- tech industries have also been a vital part of the city’s economy.



Tulsa is Oklahoma’s second largest city and is located in the northeastern corner of Oklahoma. It was also known as the former “Oil Capital of the World” and played a major part as one of the most important hubs for the American oil industry. However, the city has expanded and its leading sectors include finance, aerospace, manufacturing, and technology.


Virginia Beach

Virginia Beach is an independent city located in the southeastern coast of Virginia, United States. It is the most populated city in Virginia, has miles of beaches, hundreds of restaurants, hotels, and motels along its oceanfront. It is home to three military bases, Regent University, large corporations, and headquarters of Christian Broadcasting Network.


Washington DC

Washington DC (District of Columbia) is the capital city of the United States of America. It is a cosmopolitan center, flourishing with picturesque tourist attraction sites and ancient classical structures such as the White House. Named after US’ first President, George Washington, the city’s scenic beauty is attributed to several monuments and sculptures in the parks, avenues, cemeteries, and buildings in the city.