CEIR annonce les résultats de l'indice du deuxième trimestre 2018

Le Centre de recherche sur l'industrie des expositions (CEIR) reports that the recent growth of the exhibition industry continued during the second quarter of 2018. The performance of the industry, as measured by the CEIR Total Index, posted a moderate year-over-year gain of 1.6% (see Figure 1), even though it underperformed the macroeconomy (see Figure 2).

Figure 1: Quarterly CEIR Total Index for the Overall Exhibition Industry, Year-over-Year Growth, 2011Q1-2018Q2

Quarterly CEIR Total Index for the Overall Exhibition Industry, Year-over-Year Growth, 2011Q1-2018Q2

Figure 2: Quarterly CEIR Total Index for the Overall Exhibition Industry vs. Quarterly Real GDP, Year-over-Year Growth, 2008Q1-2018Q2Quarterly CEIR Total Index for the Overall Exhibition Industry vs. Quarterly Real GDP, Year-over-Year Growth, 2008Q1-2018Q2

“The growth of the exhibition industry should pick up the pace during the second half of the year as the economy remains strong despite uncertainties surrounding an escalating trade war and the political environment,” said CEIR Economist Allen Shaw, Ph.D., Chief Economist for Global Economic Consulting Associates, Inc.

Gouvernement; Machines industrielles/lourdes et intrants commerciaux finis; Sporting Goods, Travel and Amusement; et Raw Materials and Science tous ont enregistré de solides gains d’une année sur l’autre. En revanche, Financial, Legal and Real Estate et Éducation ont enregistré des baisses d’une année sur l’autre.

All exhibition metrics in the second quarter posted positive year-over-year gains (Figures 3 and 4). Real revenues (nominal revenues adjusted for inflation) and attendees both posted the largest increase of 1.9%, followed by net square feet (NSF) which rose 1.8%, whereas exhibitors gained 0.7%.

Several industries have been in a secular decline including Business Services; Consumer Goods and Retail Trade; Éducation; et Financial, Legal and Real Estate sectors. “Anemic growth in the number of exhibitors is in part attributable to secular downward trends evidenced in these sectors,” said CEIR CEO Cathy Breden, CMP, CAE. “Barring any other negative downward trends in the economy, and until any of these sectors stabilize, the overall growth for the industry will remain modest.”

Figure 3: Quarterly CEIR Metrics for the Overall Exhibition Industry, Year-over-Year Growth, 2018Q2

Quarterly CEIR Metrics for the Overall Exhibition Industry, Year-over-Year Growth, 2018Q2

Figure 4: Quarterly CEIR Metrics for the Overall Exhibition Industry, Year-over-Year Growth, 2009-2018Q2

Quarterly CEIR Metrics for the Overall Exhibition Industry, Year-over-Year Growth, 2009-2018Q2

Le Analyseur de performances d'événements CEIR fournit aux organisateurs d'expositions un outil pour mesurer les performances d'un événement dans son secteur, ainsi que dans l'ensemble de l'industrie. Le Rapport sur l'indice CEIR provides an economic overview of the exhibition industry, including key indicators for growth. Together, these resources provide insights for developing business strategies and goals.

L'annuaire Conférence de prévision du CEIR, scheduled for 13-14 September at the MGM National Harbor, will provide exhibition professionals with insights from Chief Economist Dr. Lindsey Piegza of Stifel Fixed Income. Dr. Piegza will help attendees understand the economic factors impacting the exhibition industry.

À propos du CEIR
Le Centre de recherche sur l'industrie des expositions (CEIR) sert à faire progresser la croissance, la notoriété et la valeur des expositions et autres événements marketing en face à face en produisant et en fournissant des outils de recherche basés sur les connaissances qui permettent aux organisations parties prenantes d'améliorer leur capacité à répondre aux besoins actuels et besoins émergents des clients, améliorer leurs performances commerciales et renforcer leur position concurrentielle. Pour plus d'informations, visitez www.ceir.org.

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