Chime Communications today posted a $7M 2013 loss compared to a $3.8M year earlier profit as revenues rose 6 percent to $255M.
CEO Christopher Satterthwaite called 2013 a “good year” that was stacked against an outstanding “Olympic” year in 2012.
The British sports marketing and PR group expects momentum due to 2014 FIFA World Cup and Commonwealth Games.
He said contracts for those mega-events are expected to generate greater profits than what was chalked up from the London Olympics.
Satterthwaite anticipates growth from the sports marketers JIM in the US and People Marketing in China.
Chime’s Good Relations Group is the home of Good Relations Brand Communications, Harvard, Corporate Citizenship and Traffic Communications.