The city that never sleeps, the Great Apple, the Empire City or simply, Gotham (where Batman lives)…
These are just some of the nicknames that the most important city in the world has been dubbed: New York.
This metropolis of 8.4 million inhabitants is divided into five famous boroughs: Bronx, Brooklyn, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island.
Among the city’s many highlights include the Empire State Building, Central Park, Rockefeller Center, Time Square, Ellis Island, etc.
The variety of cultural attractions you can find here is overwhelming. Theater productions such as Broadway shows, museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Bronx Zoo, the Botanical Gardens, etc.
Midtown Manhattan, the central part of the city that starts from 14th street and ends at 59th, is home to the most touristic neighborhood as well as the most important symbols of New York.
There, right in the middle of Times Square, is the theater district where the Broadway shows lie. It’s also where Business Initiative Directions is celebrating the International Quality Summit 2013, that will take place on the 26th and 27th of May in the convention room of New York Marriot Marquis.
During this congress on Quality Culture, around one hundred companies from around the world will be awarded for their investment in innovation, technology and leadership in their respective sectors.
The winners will receive the prestigious IQS Award.