BNS assists businesses and nonprofit organizations in constructing strong, mutually beneficial linkages.
A Management Education Conference for Nonprofit Executives and Board Members
Charleston, South Carolina
Participants are provided rooms at one of the newest upscale properties in Charleston's historic district at rates lower than half of the usual nightly rate. The Charleston Renaissance Historic District Hotel boasts boutique accommodations and many amenities. The hotel is central to all Charleston has to offer, featuring comfortable walking distance to the famous City Market as well as the spectacular waterfront. Hotel rooms have enhanced technology, including convenient connectivity panels and 32" flat screen HDTVs. The Charleston Renaissance Historic District Hotel combines traditional Southern charm with modern sophistication.
Tuition does not include hotel accommodations. However, BNS has arranged a deeply discounted nightly group rate for conference attendees at the Charleston Renaissance. Call 843-534-0300 to make reservations and specify that you will be attending the New Strategies conference.
Charleston continues to be ranked among the top 10 travel destinations by readers of CondéNast. It is a leading "reader's choice" by Travel & Leisure subscribers.
The city is well-known across the United States and beyond for its unique culture, which blends traditional Southern American, English, French, and West African elements. The downtown peninsula is well known for its prominence of art, music, local cuisine, and fashion. The culture in Charleston differs greatly even from the rest of South Carolina, with British and French elements heavily prevalent. Downtown, horse-drawn carriages share the cobblestone streets with cars. Tourism is among the main contributors to a strong local economy, as Charleston is annually among the nation's most visited cities, as well as being an enormously popular wedding destination.