Financial terms of those acquisitions were not disclosed.
UBM also announced the divestment of two print-focused businesses. It sold 62.9% of its French medical newspaper and magazine business to a management buyout team led by Gérard Kouchner, the business' CEO. The deal included $6.1 million in cash and financing from UBM of $8.3 million.
UBM also sold The Publican and related products to William Reed for an initial cash consideration of $2.5 million plus performance-related considerations of up to $245,000.
In addition, UBM announced its complete financial results for last year. The company's revenue totaled $1.45 billion in 2010, an increase of 4.9% over the previous year. In the same time frame, its adjusted operating profit increased 0.4% to $280.5 million, due to investment in new-product development.
UBM said it made 22 acquisitions in 2010 worth $421.2 million. Many of the acquisitions were events, which now comprise 34.8% of UBM's revenue and 54.4% of its adjusted operating profit.
The company also saw its long-term debt more than double to $791.1 million.