The Stevenson Center is right in the heart of San Francisco's financial district, just off the famous Market Street corridor with its historic streetcars, shops, hotels and restaurants. The center is a neighbor to the headquarters of many large financial institutions and banks. Finance, professional services and the tourism industry all help to make San Francisco one of the world's top cities by GDP. Hi-tech Silicon Valley companies and a growing reputation for biotechnology research also contribute. And despite the concentration of multinationals here, the majority of businesses are small, reflecting the fact the city is still good for entrepreneurs. San Francisco is one of America's top convention and exhibition venues and the Moscone Center is close to the Stevenson Center, as is the baseball home of the San Francisco Giants, Chinatown and Fisherman's Wharf. Ferries and the Bay Bridge provide a link with the rest of the Bay Area.