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New York conference transportation

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There’s a reason New York City is known as the Capital of the World. From commerce and finance, to technology, to arts and entertainment, NYC doesn’t just have its finger on the pulse of what’s happening – it is the pulse.

Heading to a conference in New York?

Kick your NYC conference trip off on the right foot with a charter bus rental from Bus.com. Whether you’re organizing shuttle transportation for the event, or are tasked with sorting out travel arrangements for your group to the city, we’ve got everything you need to ensure the time on the road goes off without a hitch.

Types of bus rentals

We offer a versatile range of vehicles, from the classic school bus, to the ultra-luxe coach bus, with varying options for different-sized groups. And you can rely on our professional, knowledgeable drivers to get you from point A to B and beyond, safely, and in a New York minute.

Coach

Coach rental
Comfort and storage
55 seats

School bus

School bus rental
An affordable classic
47 seats

Minibus

Minibus rental
Small groups, big moments
21 seats

Why New York?

We don’t have to tell you that a conference in the Big Apple is not to be missed. Not only will the most sought-after leaders in your field surely be in attendance, but New York has some of the most impressive conference venues of any city. Add to that the backdrop of famous landmarks, world-class cultural sites, and one of the most diverse populations on the planet, and your conference trip is sure to be one for the books.

Bus.com’s online booking tool allows you to build your itinerary in a few clicks, and obtain an all-inclusive quote in seconds. And our team of expert booking specialists are on hand 24/7 to assist you from the moment you’re ready to book to the last passenger drop-off.

Popular conferences in NYC

“Conference” is a pretty broad term and can cover a lot of different types of events, from conventions, to competitions, to trade fairs and exhibitions. One thing they all have in common is that they require moving a large number of people to and from the conference venue. The easy, affordable solution: a charter bus rental from Bus.com.

Sohn Investment Conference

“Where Wall Street Unites to End Childhood Cancer”, the Sohn Conference Foundation was created in 1995 by friends and family of Wall Street professional Ira Sohn after he passed away from cancer at the age of 29. Each year, some of the most preeminent  – and normally tight-lipped – investment professionals volunteer to take the stage and share their expertise with an audience 3,000 strong, with all proceeds from the event going to the Foundation.

New York Boat Show

The longest-running expo of its kind in the country, the New York Boat Show is a fun, family-friendly event that showcases everything under the sun when it comes to boating, from the latest gear and gadgets, to VR simulations, to, well, boats! With over 60 boat brands showcasing their wares, as well as activities for the whole family, and a slew of food and drink vendors, this conference always goes swimmingly.

NRF

Touted as “Retail’s Big Show”, the National Retail Federation’s annual conference is where the biggest and best retailers from around the world convene to share their vision for the future of the industry. The official headquarters for NRF’s annual Retail Week, the conference is a colossal affair, with an astounding 38,000 people in attendance, over 800 exhibitors, and 400 speakers, many of whom are among the biggest names in the industry.

TECHSPO

Aptly located in the NYC’s Silicon Alley, TECHSPO New York is a two-day tech expo that brings together experts from all branches of the tech industry, such as marketers, designers, and developers, to name a few, with the goal of inspiring and educating the world at large, from tech insiders, to investors, to business owners. It’s also an incredible opportunity to network with the cream of the crop of the tech world.

MRKET

Aptly located in the NYC’s Silicon Alley, TECHSPO New York is a two-day tech expo that brings together experts from all branches of the tech industry, such as marketers, designers, and developers, to name a few, with the goal of inspiring and educating the world at large, from tech insiders, to investors, to business owners. It’s also an incredible opportunity to network with the cream of the crop of the tech world.

Popular conference venues in New York City

The Big City means big conferences, and a variety of sizable and versatile venues to match. Whether your event is held in the heart of Manhattan or a smaller neighborhood in Brooklyn, it’s still a concrete jungle out there that requires some serious navigational prowess to get around, especially with a group. Let Bus.com take the wheel.

Javits Center

Located in the iconic Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood on Manhattan’s West Side, the Javits Center is a sight to behold. The striking glass structure is host to over 170 events each year, from conventions, to expos, to trade shows, and more. In fact, 20 of the top 200 trade shows in the U.S. take place here. The center houses more than 100 meeting rooms, but the real showstopper is the 45,000 square-foot River Pavillion, with its magnificent view of the Hudson River.

Pier 94

Midtown’s Pier 94 (along with its sister venue, Pier 92) has a capacity of 6,500 people over 175,000 square feet of open space, all in a spectacular waterfront setting. Formerly a freight pier, this industrial-chic space has the benefit of being virtually column-free, allowing for an entirely customizable layout for any type of event. Perfect for trade shows, exhibitions, and large corporate events, the venue has also been known to host concerts, raves, and fashion shows.

AMA Conference Center

What better place to convene to innovate and exchange ideas with the best and brightest in your field than the Center of the Universe, aka Times Square? At 90,000 square feet, AMA New York is the largest conference center in the city, with 43 meeting rooms, as well as a 2,500 square foot Business Reception Lounge, whose large, arched windows offer a breathtaking view of the bustling city below.

Brooklyn Expo Center

Lofty and bright, the Brooklyn Expo Center offers an outdoor space that rivals its indoor counterpart in size, at 30,000 square feet. Can’t get outside? Not to worry, the facility’s 24-foot ceiling and floor-to-ceiling windows offer all the light and airiness of the outdoorswithout the weather-related inconveniences. The floor plan is open, but with the option of dividing it into sections, making it a completely customizable option, right in the heart of Brooklyn’s growing cultural scene.

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