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HOSTCITY
Leading the World of Mega-Events
Now in its tenth year of publication, HOST CITY has
become the magazine of choice for sports
federations, organising committees, bidders and
suppliers in their quest for best practice on how to
host and deliver mega events.
HOST CITY was first published in 2003 for the
organising committee of the 2008 Beijing Olympics.
Since then, the publication has expanded to reach
the international community of stakeholders in all
mega events, from the 2012 London Olympics to
the
2022
World
Cup
in
Qatar.
HOST CITY is widely regarded as the top opinion
former in the world of mega events. And now, as all
eyes turn to Brazil, Russia and Qatar, we are now
publishing Portuguese, Russian and Arabic language
versions of HOST CITY!
HOST CITY helps you to keep ahead of the game.
“I find Host City very interesting and well written.
It is of great value, because information is king.”
Sir Craig Reedie
IOC Executive Board Member
www.hostcity.net
Key Facts:
Circulation: 4 x per year
Format: Print & e-magazine
Length: 60-84 pages
Distribution: Controlled
circulation
Readership: 10,000 in 138
countries
Key readership groups:
1) Event Owners &
Promoters
2) Bidding & Hosting
countries and cities
3) Key suppliers and
support services
4) International Federations
5) Venue owners, directors
and managers
E-magazine:
www.hostcity.net
HOSTCITY
Leading the World of Mega-Events
Subscriber Base:
Every issue of
HOST CITY reaches a hand built readership of 10,000 in 138 countries
Europe
35%
North America
15%
78% of readers are at
Asia
25%
director level or equivalent
high net worth individuals
82% of readers are primary
South America
8%
Africa
10%
Australasia
7%
decision
makers
with
budgetary responsibility
85% of subscribers have
been reading HOST CITY
for more than one year
Host City unites the readership needs of three key
groups:
Event Owners : Individuals within the international
associations who determine which countries
and cities win key bids.
Bidding Countries and Cities : Key individuals at
national or local government and organising
committee level who seek to secure a
winning bid and – when awarded the right to
host - have the purchasing power to
subsequently authorise billions of dollars of
investment capital.
Key Suppliers and Support Services : Those
businesses which have the capability of
fulfilling the infrastructure and organisational
challenges placed by successful host cities
around the globe
www.hostcity.net
Average of 4 readers per
copy
Our editorial is rated as
‘excellent’ or ‘good’ by
94% of subscribers
HOST CITY Readership
Survey 2011
HOSTCITY
Leading the World of Mega-Events
2013 Features
FEBRUARY 2013 (English & Arabic Edition)
Special Report : Hosting in the Middle East
Host City visits the new frontier for mega sports
events, looking at the immense challenges of
hosting in this climate and the huge advances in
infrastructure and technology that are taking
place
Bid Pages : 2020 Olympic Games; 2018 Youth
Olympic Games
Venues : Building Sochi 2014’s Stadium;
Advertising boards; VIP hospitality
Events : How to avoid empty seats; Working for
sports federations
Cities : Improving air quality; Olympic villages for
future housing
APRIL 2013 (English & Portuguese Edition)
Special Report : Brazil’s sporting bonanza
Over the next three years, Brazil will be hosting
the Summer Olympic Games and the Football
World Cup. It doesn’t get better than this – but
can the host cities cope with the massive
demands ahead?
Bid Pages : 2020 Olympic Games; 2018 Youth
Olympic Games
Venues : Modularity in stadium design;
Audiovisuals; Retail
Events : Secondment in security; How to deliver
an effective PR strategy
Cities : Leadership in energy technology; The
sports legacy effect
JULY 2013 (English & Russian Edition)
Special Report : Russia’s golden age of sport
With the Winter Olympics in Sochi in 2014 and
the Football World Cup in 2018, Russia has the
sporting world at its feet. How will the country
and the industry benefit from this double
opportunity?
Bid Pages : 2020 Olympic Games; 2018 Youth
Olympic Games
Venues : Building information management
systems; Artificial turf; Transport logistics
Events : Crowd flow technology; The role of the
auditor in event delivery
Cities : VIP transport; Can sports change society?
OCTOBER 2013 (English & Portuguese Edition)
Special Report : Beijing five years on
China’s “coming out party” featured ceremonies
and venues beyond compare, but what value
has the 2008 Games brought the host city, the
Olympic movement and the sports industry
since the event?
Bid Pages : Euro 2020; 2022 Olympic Games
Events : Managing the transition from Olympic
to Paralympic delivery; The perfect ceremony
Venues : Olympic Villages; Information
Technology in the sports venue; Lighting for
HDTV
Cities : The Queen Elizabeth Park; Do Olympic
Cities learn enough from one another?
DECEMBER 2013 (English & Russian Edition)
Special Report : South Korea’s winter wonderland
Infrastructure developments are taking place at breakneck speed in PyeongChang. Host City
examines these projects in relation to hosting the 2018 Winter Olympic Games and the development
of the nation
Bid Pages : Euro 2020; 2022 Olympic Games
Venues : Intelligent access control; Fan parks; Reconfigurable seating
Events : Marketing sports events; Making the most of volunteering
Cities : The economic effect of hosting; The catalytic effect on transport networks
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HOSTCITY
Leading the World of Mega-Events
“Host City is an excellent magazine which provides a
valuable orientation for the Sports Event Industry. As a
supplier of event structures, it is a must read for us.
Host City’s quality and professionalism is outstanding.”
Karin Ruhland, Head of Marketing & Communications,
NÜSSLI (Switzerland) Ltd.
...
“We have enjoyed an excellent relationship with Host
City and its team for over 4 years. Host City is the ideal
medium for us to communicate our strengths,
experience and values, for the simple reason that it is
read by the people that matter.”
Matthew Clarke, Head of DB Schenker sportsevents
...
“Host City can help heighten cities’ awareness. We
share the same goals and it is important that we unite
our efforts to help create a shared awareness among all
the cities concerned.”
Daniel Brélaz, Mayor of Lausanne and President of the
World Union of Olympic Cities
Reserve your space in the next issue of HOST CITY today!
Contact Adam Soroka, Commerical Director
T: +44 203 077 8732 | E: [email protected]
HOST CITY advertisers
include:
Arup
Austrade
Barco
Birdair
City of Lausanne
Cooper Industries
DB Schenker
DeBoer
DesignSport
Event Scotland
FIFA
Football Australia
GE
GL Events
Grundfos
IAAF
Infront Sports & Media
LG
Lighting Direction
Losberger
Nüssli
Panasonic
Polytan
Q-Free
Siemens
SportEvent Denmark
Tarkett
Tekla
UKTI
HOSTCITY
Leading the World of Mega-Events
Our Competitive Package includes:
 Full colour presentation
relevant editorial section
in
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the
 Direct access to a targeted audience
with a respected and high profile
platform
 Formidable exposure to decision
makers and specifiers in one of the
world’s fastest growing energy markets
Full Page
GBP 4,250
Half Page
GBP 2,950
Inside Back Cover
GBP 6,550
Inside front cover
GBP 6,950
DPS
GBP 8,250
Outside back cover
GBP 7,250
 Bonus distribution at all major
regional sport events, conferences,
trades shows and seminars
Key Contacts:
Adam Soroka - Commercial Director
Tel : +44 203 077 8732
Email : [email protected]
Ben Avison- Editorial Director
Tel: +44 203 077 8715
Email: [email protected]
www.hostcity.net

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