Learn from the best! Workshops are designed by leaders in the LGBT meeting industry to help you gain new knowledge. They are created specifically to empower your meetings for greater inclusion and communication. From panel discussions to hands on workshops, the LGBT MPA course offerings will leave you with a practical understanding of actions and outcomes that will increase the success of diversity in your meetings.
The conference structure is great for all LGBT meeting professionals and allies to meet and mingle, exchange information and connect with new and existing planners. Connect with CVBs/CVAs, hotels, suppliers, media companies and others. Last year, over 150 travel experts attended this conference.
The preliminary agenda has been posted on the conference website. Lots of fantastic and fascinating new content for 2017!
Warm May sunshine bathed Dolores Park. Ryan reveled in how, only halfway through the work week, the “gay beach” was still awash with scantily clad bodies sprawled out on colorful blankets or oversized towels. A gentle breeze carried the smell of marijuana.
Andy Cramer and Al Farmer, who fell in love while helping gay and bi men find each other online, remain quiet pillars of the community.
2017 has seen some incredible corporate support of Pride Festivals around the world, with Comcast and Comcast California taking a lead role in this outreach with sponsorship of the San Francisco Pride Festival and Parade June 23-25, 2017.
2017 San Francisco Pride Parade
Steven Sloan goes to San Francisco Pride in 2017, this video spotlights all the highlights of behind the scenes. We were able to hang at the press party...
How do you succeed without giving up what makes you unique? If you're an LGBT Entrepreneur then this podcast is for you!
June is a month for celebrations: not only for weddings but also commemorations of advances in civil rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities. Just as technology …
BSTRO, an LGBT/Woman-owned digital marketing agency in San Francisco, Vancouver, and New York, announced a partnership with the National Association of Minority and Women-Owned Law Firms (NAMWOLF) this week, to elevate their online presence and branding to better reflect their organization.
Articles, stories & videos from some of the LGBT movers and shakers from the San Francisco business community.
"In the 70s, society labeled gay men irresponsible hedonists, so we proudly owned it and by declaring our love of sex we made a political statement."
If San Francisco is the gayest city on earth, that probably makes it the gayest city in the universe. Queer men and women descended upon SF as early as the Gold Rush era but especially after the first and second World Wars, and since that time have dug their heels in and turned the city into a LGBTQ paradise that can be felt not only in the Castro—but from the Bay all the way to the Pacific Ocean. If you’re in town for a good time, know that there is plenty to be had. Here are 10 things you probably didn’t know about LGBTQ San Francisco.
Murals take center stage in a book that also covers residents, restaurants, architecture and culture
JD Schramm, a lecturer in organizational behavior at Stanford’s Graduate School of Business spoke at Bloomberg’s San Francisco Technology Hub about the importance of LGBT leaders to lead with their authentic self and transparency, which can result in successful outcomes.