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Marcus Evans sees slight dip in profit to £1.88m

Turnover was up 0.5 per cent to £8.4m thanks to an increase in attendees and delegates
06/07/2018

Pictured: the directors consider the key performance indicators of the company to be the number of attendees or delegates per event and the number of events held

Marcus Evans has seen turnover increase by 0.5 per cent to £8.4m thanks to an increase in attendees and delegates.

However, pre-tax profit dipped slightly to £1.88m in 2017 from £1.93m in 2016, according to accounts filed at Companies House for the year ended 30 September 2017.

The strategic report accompanying the accounts said: "Turnover has increased by 0.5 per cent due to an increase in the number of attendees and delegates at events. The gross profit margin remains fairly stable between the two periods at 46.4 per cent in 2017 (2016: 48.7 per cent).”

Marcus Evans is a global, multifaceted media, corporate marketing and information company, employing 3000 professionals in 59 worldwide locations. Its summit and conference divisions deliver more than 300 annual events across all industry sectors.

The report added: “The directors consider the key performance indicators of the company to be the number of attendees or delegates per event and the number of events held. The directors consider that the number of attendees or delegates per event and number of events held are in line with the expectations of management.”


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