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Exhibitions Are Highly Valued in Achieving Marketing and Sales Objectives
2016 Attendee Retention Insights Part One - Basics for Creating Your Attendee Retention Strategy: Tracking, Profiling and Why They Come Back
2016 Attendee Retention Insights Part Two - Exhibition Floor Features that Build a Loyal Alumni Attendee Audience
The CEIR Index Report provides an objective measure of the annual performance of the exhibition industry by measuring year-over-year changes in four key metrics: NSF of exhibit space sold, professional attendance, number of exhibiting companies and total event gross revenue. It details performance for 14 industry sectors and the overall industry. This report provides data from 2002 through 2015 with a predictive forecast through 2018.
Purchase the CEIR Census and CEIR Index together for the most powerful research tool offered to the exhibition industry. The CEIR Index provides a view of economic performance across 14 industry sectors. The Index also provides predictive insights into performance in years 2016, 2017 and 2018. The CEIR Census provides information on where and when exhibitions are held, both business-to-business and business-to-consumer. The data is broken down by location, type of venue, Net Square Feet of exhibit space and events by month, state, province, and city. The Census provides information on the U.S., Canada and Mexico. For the best value, purchase the CEIR Census and CEIR Index together.
The Index will be sent upon release in April 2016. You will immediately receive the Census upon purchase.
This particular fact sheet evaluates the level of use of business-to-business exhibitions and each sales channel.
This document is one in a series of 10 fact sheets based on results from the 2016 Changing Environment of Exhibitions Study. This research dives into the minds of executives who are involved in the decision to exhibit at business-to-business exhibitions, as well as other promotional and advertising decisions for their company. Fact sheets document different aspects of the power of exhibitions in today's marketing and sales landscape.