AMR’s new Exhibition Recovery Tracker provides a monthly quantitative view of how face‑to‑face exhibition activity is recovering across 15 major exhibition markets* by comparing it to pre‑COVID event activity.
The Tracker is designed for exhibition organisers and investors, and available on a 12 month subscription, starting in January 2021.
For all the details, including data and outputs please review this Two-Page Brief
To subscribe, please email AMR’s Tracker Team: firstname.lastname@example.org
What can you expect?
Below is a sneak peek of the new interactive dashboard, using some illustrative data. (click on the images to enlarge)
Exhibition information will be organised by country (15 markets), by city (c.45), by venue (c.60) and by a selected list of the largest publicly-listed or PE-owned organisers (Informa Markets, Reed Exhibitions, Comexposium, Clarion, Emerald, Hyve, GL events, dmg events, Tarsus).
Cutting-edge online format
All data is accessed via an online, interactive dashboard. You will have the flexibility to toggle a vast range of data ‘cuts’, with the power to generate many different levels of analysis – all tailored to your specific needs.
Rolling 12-month period
In each monthly update, the tracker will feature a backward-looking view on event activity completed since Jan 1st 2021 (including comparative volume of exhibitors and visitors where available) and a forward-looking view on the number of events scheduled for the next 12 months.
Exhibition activity will be continuously monitored and updated in the tracker to provide a view on latest trends, which will be shared in monthly instalments on the 15th of each month.
The tracker will include information on COVID-related event regulation in each country.
*The 15 countries covered in the tracker are: Brazil, China, France, Germany, Gulf Cooperation Council, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Italy, Mexico, Malaysia, Russia, Singapore, UK, and USA
£3,000 per year (UFI and AFIDA members)
£3,750 per year (Non-members)
Data sharing package:
£2,000 per year
(This fee applies if you share event-level data with AMR to feed into the Tracker. )
Looking for a more detailed analysis?
Refer to AMR’s latest report – Globex 2020
AMR also highly recommends resources by UFI, the Global Association of the Exhibition Industry
- UFI Global Barometer provides 2020 results and 2021 perspectives for the exhibition industry (26 January 2021)
- 26th UFI Global Barometer – Full report (January 2021)
- 26th UFI Global Barometer – infographics
- UFI – The Reopening of the Exhibition Industry (15 January 2021)
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