AEV

Size And Scale index of Events (SASiE)

    We are proud to be able to maintain the consistent publication of the Size And Scale index of Events (SASiE) report. The most recent report includes detailed quantitative analysis data generated by hundreds of events in 2017.      

 

 

We are proud to be able to maintain the consistent publication of the Size And Scale index of Events (SASiE) report. The most recent report includes detailed quantitative analysis data generated by hundreds of events in 2017.

 

 

 

Published in collaboration with our sister Associations, AEO and ESSA, the SASiE report (and produced by RJS Associates Ltd / Tony Rogers Conference & Event Services)  includes trends analysis across 4 years of data collected on key metrics and points to an event industry showing resilience to macro factors like Brexit.

Nigel Nathan, MD Olympia London and Chair of the AEV Research Group, welcomes the publication of the final draft of the report saying, “SASiE is quickly becoming a vital bench marking guide and an essential addition to any event industry intelligence toolkit. As the project enters its fourth year of publication, it grows in value and importance, and I’m pleased to see so many members participating.”

The newly published SASiE report for 2017 is distributed free of charge to all participating businesses and is also available to non-participants from the AEV for £349 + VAT.

If you would like to gain access please contact Alden or Dani via info@aev.org.uk 

Testimonials

  • “Through the AEV, and the working groups in particular, members can share best practice and formulate consistent responses to emerging challenges”
    Andy Coulson – Head of Airshow Operations, Farnborough International Exhibition & Conference Centre
  • "“Great catering...is essential for a successful venue. The AEV provides a platform to establish consistent best practice in this field"
    Phil Wetz – Retail & Catering Manager, ExCeL London
  • “The AEV provides collective representation for its member venues, turning individual commitment into a group effort"
    Paul Brough – Venue Health & Safety Manager, Olympia London
  • “The AEV provides vital conduits for knowledge transfer and awareness amongst its member venues”
    Murray Dickson – Head of Business Engagement, Group IT, The NEC
  • “The AEV is essential to the venue sector’s ability to cooperate and collaborate"
    Jazmin Beale – Head of Marketing & Communications, Olympia London
  • "AEV is a powerful voice behind the venues that hold incredible events that enable the meetings of millions of people - an integral part of the experience economy"
    Julia Galbraith – Marketing Manager – Exhibitions, ExCeL London