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Industry Research

Published in 2010 by Business Events Sydney.

Whitepater by Advito entitled "The View from the Other Side of the Pond - Hidden Challenges and Intelligent Solutions to Global Meetings Management Consolidation".

For more than 50 years, the Union of International Associations (UIA) has undertaken a comprehensive analysis of the preceding year's meetings activity of international organizations and associations. Rankings of all meeting/convention cities and countries globally, with analysis of trends by the UIA. Further details available at www.uia.org.

This report, to celebrate the AIF's sixth birthday, places the festival sector in its historical context and looks ahead to the future to see the issues currently facing festival promoters, with a focus on the AIF's member festivals. 

The study was conducted by University of Technology, Sydney Business: Leisure, Sport and Tourism. It was commissioned on behalf of and with the co-operation of Business Events Sydney (BESydney). The study was an online survey of 1090 attendees – comprising delegates, sponsors, exhibitors and members of the organising committee – to five international congresses held in Sydney between 2009 and 2011.

Most comprehensive market research project in the UK events industry. The survey includes data from top corporate and association event organisers. It is commissioned by CAT Publications and carried out by The Right Solution and sponsored by Center Parcs, International Confex and Hilton Birmingham Metropole.

The 2012/13 edition is available to purchase either as an electronic pdf download or hard copy printed brochure, you can order your copy at http://www.meetpie.com/BMEIS

VisitBritain produces statistics on travel and detailed market guides on all its European and Long Haul markets. Please visit www.visitbritain.org for the latest information.

This report, published on 9th September 2021 by Cities Restart, focus on the importance of Restarting International Conferences and Business Events to City Economies. 

An annual statistical survey and analysis of the exhibitions/events sector by the Events Industry Alliance. Further details available at www.eventsindustryalliance.com.

Report by EIBTM Industry Analyst, Rob Davidson. The report is designed to help benchmark your own performance in 2014 and anticipate likely developments in the market in the year ahead.

An annual overview by Key Note Ltd of the UK exhibitions and conference market, with assessments of market size, trends, competition, economic forecasts, and including some exhibition company profiles. Further details available at www.keynote.co.uk.

Published in March 2017 - Industry’s first ever White Paper concerned with the future of outdoor events released by the National Outdoor Events Association (NOEA) and GL events. The Future’s Forum White Paper was created following a meeting involving high profile members of the industry, asked to predict trends that will shape its future.

An annual comparative analysis by Meeting Professionals International (MPI) to identify current and anticipated future global trends in meetings and events. Further details available at http://www.mpiweb.org/.

Fourth Annual INCON Survey of the Global Association Conference Market, highlighting trends among clients and suppliers, competition, business outlook 2012-2013.

The 11th edition of Globex – the global exhibition organising market: assessment and forecast to 2023 – reveals a positive five-year outlook for the global exhibitions industry. This positive forecast comes despite recent macroeconomic turmoil.

Globex is published by AMR International annually. It provides in-depth trends analysis, granular volume and price data, plus 5-year forecasts on 20* mature and emerging countries, helping organisers to plan their growth strategies.

 
 
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