Fondation Genève Tourisme & Congrès

About us

The mission of the Fondation Genève Tourisme & Congrès (FGT&C) is to:

Promote and sell Geneva as a leisure and business tourism destination
Provide tourist reception, information and assistance

FGT&C has a staff of around 40 employees, divided into 5 departments 

  • Convention Bureau
  • Markets
  • Digital
  • Tourist Services
  • Finance, Administration & HR

Contact :

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Geneva is taking action for sustainable tourism

As a member of the Global Destination Sustainability Index, the Geneva Tourism & Conventions Foundation has been committed to sustainability for several years. In line with the Sustainable Development Goals adopted by the United Nations, in 2020 it approved a new strategy for the development of sustainable urban tourism in order to respond to current social, environmental and economic challenges. 

Download the strategy

Geneva is on its way to sustainable tourism!

The Geneva Tourism & Conventions Foundation is pleased and proud to join the Swisstainable Level II program, which validates its commitment to sustainability within the destination. All the teams are united on the road to sustainable tourism!

Discover the Swisstainable programm

Download our Swisstainable certificate
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Annual reports

Download the annual reports of Fondation Genève Tourisme & Congrès.

Annual report 2022

Annual report 2021

Annual report 2020

Annual report 2019

Annual report 2018

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Geneva Tourism & Conventions Foundation structure

Tourism in Geneva is managed by the Geneva Tourism & Conventions Foundation (FGT&C).  This new entity was created following the integration, on 1 January 2013, of the Geneva Tourism & Conventions Association (GT&C) into the Foundation for Tourism.

An executive board of 11 members, mostly representing the sectors active in tourism in Geneva, as well as an advisory board set up by the local authorities, are in charge of ensuring professional corporate governance of the FGT&C. Its tasks include advising the Foundation on the desirable development of tourism policy and assisting it to achieve the objectives set by the law.

The FGT&C manages the proceeds of local taxes and tourism, as defined by the law of the Canton of Geneva. A team of some 50 professionals is in charge of marketing the destination. The FGT&C's missions are to promote Geneva as an active tourist destination for both business and leisure and to welcome and inform visitors.

Advisory Board

Chairman: Marc-Antoine Nissille, member of the Board of the Geneva Tourism & Congress Foundation

Representative of the Geneva Retailers’ Association (Rive Droite): Pascal Spuhler

Representative of the Geneva Association of Private Schools (AGEP): Sean Power

Representative of the Association of Museums and Art Centres Geneva (AMCAG): Jacques Berchtold

Representative of the Bains des Paquis (Paquis Baths) Users Association: Philippe Constantin

Representative of the Geneva Chamber of Commerce and Industry (CCIG): Vincent Subilia

Representative of the Lake Geneva Steamship Company (CGN SA): Jean-Marc Mermoud

Representative of the Coordination Committee for Welcoming & Assisting Youth (CAR): Vafa Kaby

Representative of the Groupement Professionnel des Restaurateurs et Hôteliers (GPRH): Maria Helena Rigotti

Representative of the Geneva Federation of Retail (FCG): Michel Forestier

Representative of OPAGE: Denis Beausoleil 

Representative of the Association of Geneva Hoteliers: Hélène Lang-Lauper

Representative of UNIRESO: Rémy Burri 

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Dream jobs

Discover our vacancies or send us your application with your motivation letter, CV with a photo, copies of certificates and references.

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Media library

Create your account and access to the media library of Geneva Tourism.
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Zugänglichkeit mit OK:GO

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