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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.