Embracing Diversity Webinar Series
Embracing Diversity is a webinar series exploring the rich cultural stories of our destination, showcasing the strength of our member product and highlighting the diversity of the five boroughs.
Our series begins with six Black travel webinars. The goal of this program is an honest, long-term conversation that uplifts Black voices, shares the lived experience of Black New Yorkers, promotes allyship and accountability within NYC & Company and our membership, and builds meaningful alliances across our industry. It is essential information for professionals looking to speak to NYC in ways that are equitable, inclusive and authentic.
The Spending Power and Patterns of Latino Travelers
Our focus on the Latino community continues with our next episode, The Spending Power and Patterns of Latino Travelers.
The Changing Landscape of Latino Travel
Our focus on the Latino community continues with our next episode, The Changing Landscape of Latino Travel.
Being Latino in the Tourism Industry
Our focus on the Latino community continues with our next episode, Being Latino in the Tourism Industry.
Intro to Latino Travel
Learn about the contributions and offerings from NYC’s Latino community.
Responding to Anti-Asian Hate
Learn how to support New York City’s Asian American Pacific Islander community, whose rich and diverse culture is integral to the character of the five boroughs.
Black on Broadway
Hear firsthand from notable Black figures on Broadway's diverse history and how this core pillar of NYC's vibrancy will open later this year.
Expanding Business with New Audiences
Learn about ways to engage with Black audiences in ways that are meaningful, sustainable, equitable and profitable.
Exploring NYC’s Rich Cultural Heritage
Learn about the variety of Black cultural experiences in NYC, explore the history of Seneca Village and meet the Caribbean community of Flatbush, Brooklyn.
Black in the Tourism Industry
Watch five Black tourism professionals discuss their experiences among their peers, advocating for their communities and selling Black experiences.