The hospitality community in DC is dedicated to bringing in-person meetings back successfully.
Destination DC, Events DC, the Hotel Association of Washington, D.C. and Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington are committed to connecting you with resources to make your meeting successful. The approach is two-fold: first is a focus on health standards and second is a focus on commerce thriving in the city.
The nation’s capital takes health guidance seriously. Rest assured that practices to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 will be at the forefront of all in-person and hybrid events at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center, hotels, restaurants and event space around the city.
After a hiatus of face-to-face meetings and conventions, events will come back stronger in DC, where commerce thrives. Washington, DC is a connected capital city, and there are opportunities for organizations in the biotech/pharma, technology, education, medical and other sectors to benefit from the pool of experts located in our region. Access to top speakers, sponsors and exhibitors provide the valuable content that will attract more attendees and positively impact the financial success of your program.
DC’s walkability and proximity to incredible venues near central locations contribute to your success. Read more throughout the following pages.
Elliott L. Ferguson, president and CEO, Destination DC
Gregory A. O’Dell, president and CEO, Events DC
Solomon Keene Jr., president and CEO, Hotel Association of Washington D.C.
Kathy Hollinger, president and CEO, Restaurant Association Metropolitan Washington