Welcome to Minneapolis! Minneapolis, a modern Midwest city perched on the west side of the upper Mississippi River, is recognized as one of the cultural and entertainment capitals of the United States and home to the 2013 International Biomass Conference & Expo. Its downtown area is the heart of the Twin Cities (comprised of Minneapolis and St. Paul), with an impressive skyline indicative of its strength in American business success stories. Nearly 40,000 people call downtown home, meaning energy in the streets, sophisticated nightlife and an abundance of entertainment options. Cheer on the NBA's Minnesota Timberwolves at the Target Center or the Twins professional baseball team at Target Field. Delight in the theatrical arts at one of the city's many cultural venues. Dining options in Minneapolis are seemingly endless as the downtown core alone gives attendees the option of just about any kind of cuisine one could imagine. Recently ranked number seven of the fifty most populous cities for the most sustainable cities in the United States, Minneapolis has focused its resources and reformed city government processes to be a more sustainable city, which means a city that meets its current needs without sacrificing the ability of future generations to meet their own needs, especially its energy needs. The City is accomplishing this by balancing environmental, economic, energy and social equity concerns which is why Minneapolis will be an ideal location to further the advances of the biomass industry at the 2013 International Biomass Conference & Expo. See you in Minneapolis, April 8-10, 2013.
Minneapolis Convention Center
The Minneapolis Convention Center has been selected as the official conference and expo location for the 2013 International Biomass Conference & Expo. Located in the heart of the thriving Nicollet Mall and entertainment district, the Minneapolis Convention Center provides the atmosphere, ambiance and first rate conference services conducive to staying focused on achieving your goals at the International Biomass Conference & Expo. For more information on the Minneapolis Convention Center please visit the official center website at www.minneapolisconventioncenter.com.