Presentation on theme: "Corporación Interamericana de Entretenimiento, S.A. de C.V. Third Quarter 2003."— Presentation transcript:
Corporación Interamericana de Entretenimiento, S.A. de C.V. Third Quarter 2003
Agenda Operating Performance and New Projects 2 Appendices: Operating Performance Financial Performance
OCESA Entertainment 3 OCEN’s future and current growth will come from: An increase in the number of folk popular music concerts and other events directed at the “C” and “D” sociodemographic levels. Fairs: Mexico City, Texcoco, Pachuca; 10 medium-term prospects in Mexico´s central region. Sporting Events - Motor Sports : Motor cross, Monster truck, Speed Boat Racing Cups - Participatory Sporting Events : Beach volleyball, Triathlons, Marathons, etc... Results from the Telmex Gigante Grand Prix (Mexico City, Oct. 2003): higher attendence than for the 2002 event.
CIE-Amusement Parks 4 Wannado Miami: Sales and sponsorships: -Fifty-five key clients: different sectors and industries. Construction and Building: - Finish the building design. - Initiate the construction of the thematic real-play venues. Marketing and Communications - www.wannadocity.com -The development of a marketing plan for clients (advertising, promotions, group sales and public relations). -The establishment of links with community and educational associations.
Las Americas Complex 5 The expansion of the Sports Books and Yaks Network: Two units in 3Q03 (Plaza Cuicuilco y Plaza Exhibimex); a total of 21 functioning units. Five units in the last phase of development (opening in 4Q03); a total of 26 Sports Books and Yaks by the end of 2003: - Plaza Misterios (Mexico City) - Cinemex Coacalco (Ecatepec) - Centro Comercial Carrefour (Aguascalientes) - Galerías Zapopan (Zapopan) - Plaza del Sol (Chihuahua) The next projects to be developed: Villahermosa y Queretaro. Project “Granja Las Americas” The Farm: Opening in May 2004. Fourteen confirmed sponsorships and twenty-three that are in the confirmation process.
International Area 6 Argentina: Alliances with local promoters such as Pop Art and Martin Gontad. Stable attendence levels at the Zoo and increasing per capita consumption. Brazil: The promotion of local youth events based on the experience with Sandy and Junior and The Chinese Imperial Circus. Spain: The renewal of theatrical offerings: the debut of Cabaret in Sep 2003 and the upcoming opening of CATS, which will take the place of Phantom of the Opera. The new Teatro Alcalá in Madrid. The United States: The operative and administrative restructuring of CIE-Hauser. The promotion of domestic concerts of artistic talent such as Metallica and Shania Twain.
Upcoming Events Vicente Fernández Ana Gabriel Banda El Recodo Joan Sebastian Cats Cabaret Phantom of the Opera ZZ Top Jarabe de Palo Marilyn Manson, Korn & Apocalyptica La Ley Animal Madre Deus King Crimson Placebo / Ceratti Juanes Maná Ana Torroja Yair Fito Paez AFI Evanescence Sara Brightman Metallica Carlos Santana Alejandro Sanz Fleetwood Mack Feria de Texcoco Carl Cox Quilmes Rock Creamfields Moonk Park Los Piojos Nuts Ricardo Arjona Fabio Junior Roberto Carlos Rouge Zezé de Camargo e Luciano Maria Rita Mariano Leonardo Marina Lima Xuxa J. Quest KD Lang Culture Echo & the Bunnymen Ana Carolina Cidade Negra Skank 7
Agenda Operating Performance and New Projects Financial Performance Appendices: Operating Performance 8
Quarterly Revenues 10 Quarterly revenues increased 12% to reach Ps. 1,687 million. + 14% + 11% + 1%
Cumulative Revenues 11 In the first nine months of the year, cumulative revenues were Ps 4,697 million, 8% higher than in 2002. + 9% + 8%. + 9%
Debt 12 At the end of the third quarter, debt was Ps. 4,442 million. MaturitiesDenomination Debt Structure 9M039M02 EBITDA-to-Interest Expense Ratio Debt-to-Equity Ratio 3.66 0.56 3.86 0.66 Var. (20 pb) (10 pb)
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Live Events 14 There were a total of 3,749 of regional functions in the first nine months of the year, an increase of 47% over the same period of the previous year. Attendence at these events declined 13% to 5 million during the same period. 9M029M03
Amusement Parks 15 7.7 million people visited CIE’s amusement parks in Mexico and Colombia as well as the Buenos Aires Zoo, 6% more than in 9M02. + 25% + 10% - 6% + 3% + 13%
“Las Américas” Horse Racetrack 16 During the first nine months of the year, 493 thousand people visited the Horse Racetrack, compared to 499 thousand in the same period of 2002. - 3% - 5%
Centro Banamex In the first nine months of 2003, Centro Banamex hosted 37 exhibitions as well as 397 conventions and social events; 42% and 65% more, respectively, than in the same period of 2002. The backlog for the last three months of the year consists of 96 events, which will allow Centro Banamex to close out 2003 with 530 events, 2.5 times more than in the previous year. Events scheduled to take place in the last three months of the year include: Expo Rest-Hotel Abastur Expo CIHAC Expo Beauty Shop Expo Óptica Foro Estratégico AMAP Expo Yate Expo Inmobiliaria Expo Salud Internacional – CANIFARMA Congreso AMDA Postventa Expo Conferencia Silanes Expo de Expos E-world Entertainment Bazar Navideño Auto Expo 17
Pedestrian Overpasses The number of pedestrian overpasses grew 12% to reach 122 structures, and the number of billboard advertisements reached 431, an increase of 9%. 18 + 2% + 17% + 100%
“Cineminutos” Ads Screened Prior to the Feature Film 104,163 cineminutos were screened in movie theaters during the first nine months of 2003, an increase of 20%. 19 + 8%+ 20%