State of the Industry 2015: Download the full report

C&IT's full State of the Industry report 2015, providing in-depth analysis on key trends and challenges in the UK events industry, as well as the Top 50 Agencies, is now available for download.

State of the Industry 2015: Download the full report
State of the Industry 2015: Download the full report

We gave you a sneak preview of the C&IT State of the Industry Report in our June issue, followed by 15 exclusive articles online over the last month - now you can download the full report as a PDF file here.

C&IT surveyed and interviewed more than 200 UK event agencies and corporate event planners to create our annual snapshot on the issues of the moment.

The full report includes:

• State of the Industry 2015: Agencies and clients building for boomtime
• In Numbers: All the big stats from our surveys
• Top 50 Agencies table (ranked by 2014 UK event-based turnover)
• UK Agency Landscape
• Snapshots of the Top 20 agencies
• Top 5 agency challenges
• Top 5 corporate challenges
• The Talent Gap: Why the UK event sector is facing a talent shortage
• The Procurement Problem
• Tech trends: Apps on the increase
• Event format trends: Incentives and roadshows on the rise
• Vertical reality: Auto and finance sectors continue resurgence
• Globalisation: Why agencies are expanding their worldwide footprints
• Sustainability update: Corporates failing to see the value in CSR
• Destination trends: The hottest locations for events in 2014 and 2015
• The Supplier View: Venue survey
• Future forecast: 2016 and beyond

Download your free copy here

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