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Slide1:  Outlook for Advertising Expenditure Adam Smith head of knowledge management The Zenith Optimedia Group 21 November 2002 How big?:  How big? ‘Traditional’ media  $300bn Everything else  $400bn Newspapers  $100bn Share of ‘traditional’ media buying:  Share of ‘traditional’ media buying Publicis Groupe  11% Interpublic  11% WPP  10% Omnicom  7% Aegis  5% Worldwide economic growth at current prices 1988-2004:  Worldwide economic growth at current prices 1988-2004 % Year on Year Growth Source: IFS/HSBC ...vs. advertising growth:  ...vs. advertising growth % Year on Year Growth Source: IFS/HSBC/ Zenith Optimedia …newspapers vs all advertising:  …newspapers vs all advertising % Year on Year Growth Source: IFS/HSBC/ Zenith Optimedia ...vs. newspaper share of advertising:  ...vs. newspaper share of advertising Source: IFS/HSBC/ Zenith Optimedia advertising and GDP again...:  advertising and GDP again... % Year on Year Growth Source: IFS/HSBC/ Zenith Optimedia Real growth in US consumer expenditure and total US advertising expenditure :  Real growth in US consumer expenditure and total US advertising expenditure Source: Zenith Optimedia Real growth in US corporate profits and total US advertising expenditure :  Real growth in US corporate profits and total US advertising expenditure Source: Zenith Optimedia Ad downturns compared:  Ad downturns compared 1990: 9 markets down (constant prices) 1991: 10 more markets down 1990 + 1991: 4.4% real contraction 2001: 23 markets down 2001: 6.4% real contraction in one year 2002: 1.4% contraction forecast Ad recoveries compared: last time (constant prices, big seven markets):  Ad recoveries compared: last time (constant prices, big seven markets) Source: Zenith Optimedia Ad recoveries compared: this time (constant prices, big seven markets):  Ad recoveries compared: this time (constant prices, big seven markets) Source: Zenith Optimedia GDP growth at constant prices 2000 - 2003:  GDP growth at constant prices 2000 - 2003 Source : HSBC Q4 2002 % Year on Year Growth Advertising as a % of GDP 1981-2004:  Advertising as a % of GDP 1981-2004 Source: Zenith Optimedia % North America World Europe Asia-Pacific World economy:  World economy Global recovery less resilient than expected in 1H Capital allocation defensive Demand weakening Valuations suggest slower or riskier growth ahead Threats: war, consumer debt albatross Global advertising - major media:  Global advertising - major media 2001 2002 2003 2004 N. America -8.6 -1.1 -0.5 2.6 Europe -5.6 -3.2 0.7 2.7 Asia/Pacific -1.8 1.3 3.8 4.1 Global Major Media: US$m (nominal) 311,944 312,055 322,135 338,880 % change (real) -6.4 -1.1 1.3 3.0 Major media are TV, Print, Radio, Cinema, Outdoor Year-on-year % change, constant prices Source: Zenith Optimedia 2002 v 2001 at constant prices:  2002 v 2001 at constant prices Ad expenditure forecasts by region % Source: Zenith Media 2003 v 2002 at constant prices:  2003 v 2002 at constant prices Ad expenditure forecasts by region % Source: Zenith Media 2004 v 2003 at constant prices:  2004 v 2003 at constant prices Ad expenditure forecasts by region % Source: Zenith Media 2002: forecast worldwide advertising expenditure by medium (current prices):  % Source: Zenith Optimedia 2002: forecast worldwide advertising expenditure by medium (current prices) 2003: forecast worldwide advertising expenditure by medium (current prices):  % Source: Zenith Optimedia 2003: forecast worldwide advertising expenditure by medium (current prices) USA summary:  USA summary USA 43% of world adspend and 75% of ad recession in 2001 Numbers have stopped tumbling Falloff peaked in 2001 (-9% actual) 2002 cash spend at par with 2001 Quadrennial stimulus Isolated tightness but no trend Europe summary:  Europe summary 24% of global adspend; 15% of 2001 contraction Ad recession ‘only’ 6% constant in 2001 vs US 9% No material growth until 2004 First TV recession ever but pricing fluid: TV will catalyse recovery Europe: advertising expenditure forecasts:  Europe: advertising expenditure forecasts 2002 v 2001 at constant prices Source: Zenith Optimedia % Europe: advertising expenditure forecasts :  Europe: advertising expenditure forecasts 2003 v 2002 at constant prices Source: Zenith Optimedia % Europe: advertising expenditure forecasts :  Europe: advertising expenditure forecasts 2004 v 2003 at constant prices Source: Zenith Optimedia % Asia Pacific summary:  Asia Pacific summary Constant 2% contraction in 2001 compares to 7% contraction in 1998 Japan commands 55% of regional adspend in 2002 vs 81% in 1991 US-dependent trading economies hardest hit: S’pore, Taiwan, South Korea India and China 11% of regional adspend in 2001, forecast 14% in 2004 Asia ex Japan contracts real 2.4% in 2001, to grow 7.0% in 2002 Asia Pacific: advertising expenditure forecasts :  Asia Pacific: advertising expenditure forecasts 2002 v 2001 at constant prices Source: Zenith Optimedia % Asia Pacific: advertising expenditure forecasts :  Asia Pacific: advertising expenditure forecasts 2003 v 2002 at constant prices Source: Zenith Optimedia % Asia Pacific: advertising expenditure forecasts :  Asia Pacific: advertising expenditure forecasts 2004 v 2003 at constant prices Source: Zenith Optimedia % Global advertising - major media*:  Global advertising - major media* 2001 2002 2003 2004 N. America -6.0 0.4 2.2 4.6 Europe -3.2 -1.1 2.7 4.8 Asia/Pacific -1.2 1.4 4.0 4.5 Latin America -0.5 -6.9 8.2 10.2 Rest of World 4.1 8.4 9.4 11.9 Global Major Media: US$ Million 311,944 312,055 322,135 338,880 % Change -3.8 -0.0 3.2 5.2 *TV, Print, Radio, Cinema, Outdoor Year-on-year % change, current prices Source: Zenith Optimedia

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