Enterprise Ireland clients have access to the following reports at the Market Research Centre. These are just some of the reports that are available to clients as well as our other databases which are listed here.

The success of operators in the Concert and Event Promotion industry depends on consumers’ willingness to pay for and attend live events instead of listening solely to studio releases and watching televised broadcasts from home. Through economic booms and busts, Americans have long valued live entertainment. This has helped maintain industry revenue growth over the five years to 2017- Concert & Event Promotion in the US, IBISWorld

 

Plimsoll (UK Reports)
• Crowd Management & Event Security
• Event Management
• Event Caterers
• Audio Visual & Event Production

 

Frost & Sullivan
• Security Information and Event Management (SIEM)—Global Market Analysis, Forecast to 2021
• Professional Services in the Web Events Market
• Global Web Event Services Market Outlook, Forecast to 2021

 

IBISWorld (US Reports)
• Concert & Event Promotion in the US
• Online Event Ticket Sales
• Party & Event Planners
• Athletic Event Organizers

 

EBSCO
• Safety and Service Quality Along With Technology in Mega-Sport Events By: Oueslati, Khouloud; Baklouti Hayani, Dhouha; Nemsi, Zakaria; Baklouti, Moez. International Business & Management. 2017, Vol. 14 Issue 2

• Arranging events for entrepreneurs: waste of money or value for money. By: Cant, Michael C. Journal of Business & Retail Management Research. Jul2017, Vol. 11 Issue 4

• Factors Influencing Continuous Intention to Use of Event Management Electronic Portals in 4 and 5 Star Hotels. By: Masa’deh, Ra’ed; Al-Badi, Ali; Rashaideh, Aseel; Abu-Zahra, Jaafer; Alsmadi, Jamal. Journal of Management & Strategy. 2017 SpeciallIssue, Vol. 8

 

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