The Connecticut Convention & Sports Bureau (CTMEETINGS) is a 501(c)(6), quasi-public/private organization funded by the Connecticut State Department of Economic & Community Development (DECD) via the Connecticut Office of Tourism and by dues from member partners representing related hospitality industries and professions.
Governed by a Board of Directors that is elected by its general membership, CTMEETINGS works with partners across the state to bring meetings, conventions and sports events to venues across Connecticut, resulting in increased economic impact and tax revenue for the State.
The Connecticut Convention & Sports Bureau is the State's destination marketing organization working to bring meetings, incentives, conventions, expositions, and sporting events to the State of Connecticut.
- Selling and marketing the State of Connecticut as a premier destination for national, regional and statewide group business, conventions and sporting events.
- Collaborating with our Connecticut communities driving economic growth with new tax revenue and jobs.
- Investing in strong public/private partnerships. These partnerships are the result of leveraging public dollars with private sector support in the form of membership dues, advertising and public relations, in-kind services and corporate sponsorships.
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To learn more about our structure and mission, contact CTMEETINGS President, Robert Murdock.