The San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau, in partnership with San Francisco International Airport, has opened a representation office in India, making San Francisco the first, and only, U.S. convention & visitors bureau and airport to have representation services in India. San Francisco precedes even the U.S. in having such service.
“What’s New” is a listing of new venues, attractions and activities compiled by the San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Hubertus Funke has joined the San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau as Tourism Sales Manager, effective June 7, 2007. In his new position, Funke will be responsible for the European and South American markets.
When it comes to wining and dining, the most important weapons of choice this season are a spoon, a sharp steak knife and barware for distilled concoctions.
The San Francisco Convention & Visitors Bureau installed Rodney Fong as chair for the 2009/10 fiscal year at the Bureau’s 99th Annual Luncheon meeting, Tuesday, July 7, 2009.
Each year, the Great Wine Capitals Global Network’s (GWCGN) “Best Of” Wine Tourism Awards offers hospitality leaders throughout San Francisco and Napa Valley the unique opportunity to showcase their best practices in a competition with other wine tourism businesses from around the world.
Meeting professionals can now explore San Francisco’s Moscone Center … without visiting Moscone Center.