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Executives attending will discuss key economic indicators for the exhibition industry and the impact it has on organizations that produce exhibitions for the next three years.
This year’s CEIR Predict sets the stage for inspiring conversations between panelists and attendees on business insights and strategies. With an ongoing uncertain global economy, forecasting and making business decisions is more difficult than ever. Key economic indicators for the exhibition industry, examining reasons why some sectors performed so well in 2013, and others did not, will be a focus of discussion. This executive-level, one-day event is a highly-intensive and interactive program, speakers will engage attendees by providing a forecast for the CEIR Index’s 14 industry sectors for the remainder of this year and through 2015.
In today’s economy, leaders must be strategic, adaptable, and able to quickly respond to changing market dynamics. Peer learning and information exchange will help leaders in the industry to better respond and plan for the coming year. Experts will address the global economy and its impact on the exhibition industry, M&A and lending, how major sectors are faring and what issues and challenges might be expected.
Predict 2013 is being developed by the CEIR Predict Planning Committee chaired by Bob Priest-Heck, Chief Operating Officer, Freeman.
Other members of the committee include:
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Watch the sessions here:
Keynote Session: Clay Shirky and John Graham - Clay Shirky © 2013 All Rights Reserved
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Live from Predict!
Two essential sessions will be broadcast in their entirety for any exhibition industry professional wanting to learn about what’s happening now, in real-time, as well as the future of the industry. This year’s CEIR Predict sets the stage for inspiring conversations between panelists and attendees on business insights and strategies.
Are you concerned with the ongoing uncertain global economy and hence difficulty with forecasting and making business decisions? CEIR Predict will help you understand the key economic indicators to watch and will help you better understand the reasons why some sectors performed so well in 2013, and others did not. This executive-level, one-day event is a highly-intensive and interactive program. Speakers will engage attendees by providing a forecast for the CEIR Index’s 14 industry sectors for the remainder of this year and through 2015.
If you are unable to attend the face-to-face event, be sure to tune in on Thursday, 12 September at 4:00 p.m. ET to watch the following sessions in addition to highlights from featured session, City Talk with four mayors from major metropolitan cities, as well as a recap of Creative Crowdsourcing and Its Impact on the Exhibition Industry featuring keynote speaker, author and NYU Professor Clay Shirky and ASAE President & CEO John H. Graham VI, CAE, FASAE and attendee perspectives.
- Outlook for M&A and Financing in the Industry – Back by Popular Demand! One of the most popular sessions at the 2012 Predict Conference consisted of an expert panel who discussed the business outlook for show evaluations, mergers, acquisitions and sales. Panelists will explore the outlook for the coming year.
Moderator: Wilma Jordan, Founder & CEO, The Jordan Edmiston Group Inc.
- Nick Forster, Consultant to Reed Exhibition Companies Ltd
- Michael Gilbert, Director, Investment Banking/Technology, Media & Telecom, Credit Suisse Securities (USA) LLC
- John Lambert, Executive Vice President Leveraged Finance, US Bank, N.A.
- Amir Motamedi, Director, Onex Corporation
- It’s a Wrap! Lessons Learned and Key Takeaways - The program will conclude with a candid conversation on the information shared during 2013 Predict. This is the time to ask those nagging questions still lingering about forecasts, risks, and strategies.
Moderator: Bob Priest-Heck, Chief Operating Officer, Freeman
Panelists and Predict Co-Chairs:
- David Audrain, CEM, President & CEO, Clarion Events North America
- Dennis Slater, President, Association of Equipment Manufacturers
Add CEIR Predict Live to Your Calendar Now: www.ceir.org/file.download.php?id=591
4:00 p.m. ET on Thursday, 12 September.
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CEIR Predict Live is approved for 1 hour of CEM recertification credit.
Predict 2013 Co-chairs:
David Audrain, CEM, President & CEO, Clarion Events North America Inc.
Dennis Slater, President, Association of Equipment Manufacturers (AEM)
C-Level Organizer Executives in the Exhibitions and Events Industry
Attend Predict and use the valuable information to more accurately forecast and plan based on empirical data. Learn about the challenges and what the future may hold for valuations, including alternative strategies for portfolio management.
Debt Providers, Private Equity Firms, Investment Firms
Attend Predict to learn about valuations and forecasted industry performance, growth potential, and meet and have access to exhibition industry decision-makers.
Merger and Acquisition Firms
Attend Predict to learn about valuations and forecasted industry performance, growth potential, and meet and have access to exhibition industry decision-makers. Access to empirical data for making sound business decisions.
Financial and Trade Press
Attend Predict and gain access to exhibition industry leaders and come away with good sources for articles that correlate the tie between exhibitions and employment in the U.S., and how the exhibition industry impacts the U.S. economy.
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