Trade Shows Headlines
Posted on: 12/02/13
London—The UBM Live unit of media company UBM announced it has acquired a 75% stake in NTSR, a Turkey-based event producer. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.
Posted on: 11/05/13
Washington, D.C.—Media company Hanley Wood has signed an agreement with S.E. Intermat, an organizer of international trade shows in the construction industry, to develop World of Concrete Europe.
Posted on: 09/26/13
Carol Stream, Ill.—Allured Business Media has introduced an event management division, Allured Global Events, to provide event services to associations and companies in the cosmetics and toiletries, spa and professional skincare, and flavor and fragrances industries.
Posted on: 09/06/13
New York—Questex Hospitality+Travel, a division of Questex Media Group, has announced a strategic agreement with the Hospitality Sales & Marketing Association International to manage HSMAI's Meetings, Events, Education & Technology series of trade shows.
Posted on: 08/20/13
Phoenix—Virgo Publishing on Oct. 1 will launch AgileBizTech, a business technology website aimed at executives at large and midsize enterprises who evaluate major technology purchases.
Posted on: 06/18/13
Media Business: PwC's Outlook forecasts that trade shows and business information will each grow at more than a 4% CAGR, while business media will shrink slightly, with -0.7% CAGR in the 2013-17 period. What does this performance mean for M&A?James DePonte: These businesses are looking better, but...
Posted on: 06/05/13
London—The b-to-b marketplace for media, business information and trade shows was worth $77.19 billion in the U.S. last year, an increase of 2.2% over the previous year, according to PricewaterhouseCooper's “Global Entertainment and Media Outlook 2013-2017.”
Posted on: 05/21/13
New York—The growth of the b-to-b media and information industry slowed last year compared with 2011, according to Business Information Network data released by American Business Media.
Posted on: 05/06/13
San Juan Capistrano, Calif.—Onex Corp. is buying Nielsen Expositions, an affiliate of Nielsen Holdings, for $950 million in cash. Toronto-based Onex is a private equity firm with approximately $15 billion of assets under management. The deal is expected to close in the current quarter.
Posted on: 01/08/13
This year should see business media companies continue to operate leanly as they strive to broaden their revenue streams beyond print and online display advertising, implement digital- and mobile-first approaches to content, and invest in new data technologies. For some traditional companies, this...