The following AMR industry reports and analysis provide a rich source of data on the global events industry:
- Sector Globex
- Recessionary performance of the global exhibition industry (2006-2017)
- The AMR Top 20
Each year AMR publishes Globex – the exhibition industry’s definitive dataset and forecast. It is the only resource of its kind that provides in-depth trends analysis, granular volume and price data, and 5-year forecasts on 20 mature and emerging countries around the globe.
Globex 2020 is now available to purchase online.
Sector Globex is an invaluable series of exhibition industry reports that support the strategic planning process of organisers. Reports include:
Recessionary performance of the global exhibition industry (2006-2017)
This report is specifically designed for investors and analysts in the global exhibitions industry who need a comprehensive dataset to analyse the performance of the sector through a down cycle.
The dataset includes historical performance of the three main data categories:
- total market value (defined as exhibition organising revenue)
- market volume (net square metre sold)
- average price per square metre
The product spans 2006-2017 and covers ten of the largest global markets: US, China, Germany, France, Italy, UK, Russia, India, Brazil and Hong Kong. It is built on data gathered for AMR’s annual Globex report, since its first edition in 2009.
Leveraging AMR’s proprietary recessionary data and in-depth industry expertise, the new data set provides investors with a thorough understanding of the global events market and an industry benchmark for assessing any target company’s resilience during an economic downturn.
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The AMR Top 20
Each year AMR releases its “Top 20 exhibition organisers”, the only global ranking based exclusively on exhibition organising revenue.
Created using data from AMR’s annual Globex report, the AMR Top 20 enables exhibition organisers to easily see how they rank in the global events market. It also helps organisers to track any shifts in market share, particularly ahead of the financial reporting cycle.