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Explore the Future of Meetings in Phoenix
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When it’s time to transform your webinar into a keynote speech, to re-establish the social aspect of networking and to look past the screen into the future of business, we invite you to Phoenix, where there's more than enough space to reach your meeting and convention goals—safely.
In Phoenix, our state-of-the-art convention center, our new and reimagined accommodations, and our walkable downtown core complement the lush desert landscape that basks in sunshine 300 days a year.
Room To Meet
As one of the nation’s most-acclaimed buildings of its kind, the Phoenix Convention Center (PCC) offers 900,000 square feet of flexible, GBAC STARTM accredited space throughout a three-building campus, allowing for optimal socially distant settings.
Also located on the PCC campus is Canyon on Third, 80,000 square feet of urban outdoor event space that can accommodate a variety of activities, and pair them with downtown Phoenix energy and iconic Arizona ambiance.
Additionally, the PCC acts as a versatile venue for virtual and hybrid meetings. With an integrated technology infrastructure capable of transforming any meeting room into its own broadcast studio, the PCC allows clients the ability to broadcast virtually from any location in the building—with round-the-clock technical support and system monitoring.
Room To Connect
Widely known for its incomparable weather and proximity to nature, Phoenix offers an incredible spectrum of outdoor event venues—for an intimate group of a few or a larger, private delegation.
From uniquely Southwest scenes amid sweeping Sonoran Desert landscapes to urban spaces set against the downtown skyline, the outdoor experience is a way of life in Phoenix—and now your attendees can take full advantage of the increased safety these spaces offer.
With more than 69,000 guest rooms at over 500 hotels and resorts, there’s more than enough room for your attendees to stay in Phoenix. As one of the top resort destinations in America, Greater Phoenix is also home to over 40 full-service hotels. And, with new projects on the horizon, this city’s portfolio of conference-friendly accommodations is on the rise.
[Related: Meet Outside the Box in Phoenix]
Room To Plan
The Arizona Department of Health Services has issued the COVID-19 Recommendations for Private Events, which notes health and safety practices that the State of Arizona has recommended for all private meetings, conventions and trade shows that are not open to the public.
Recommendations for private events, according to the Arizona Department of Health Services, include physical distancing, occupancy of 50% of the permitted fire code, enforcing the use of masks by both employees and attendees: ensuring hygiene practices for both employees and attendees and minimizing environmental risk.
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