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Title: Efficient use of data resources using the example of meetings and events industry management in Poland
Authors: Celuch, Krzysztof
Bibliographic description (Ukraine): Celuch K. Efficient use of data resources using the example of meetings and events industry management in Poland [Електронний ресурс] / Krzysztof Celuch // Соціально-економічні проблеми і держава. — 2015. — Вип. 1 (12). — С. 5-15. — Режим доступу до журн.:
Issue Date: 30-Apr-2015
Date of entry: 27-May-2015
Publisher: ТНТУ, АСУ
Place of the edition/event: Тернопіль, Україна
UDC: 338.48 (075.8)
Keywords: meetings industry
Series/Report no.: Випуск 1 (12);
Abstract: The main objective is to present results, which determine the number, size of meetings and events, which are held in Poland in 2014 and present their economic value. In addition, the research presents the profile of participants, characteristics of meetings and material concerning the importance of meeting industry in shaping competitive position of world and Polish cities. The research presents the image of 18820 meetings and events of quantitative and qualitative characteristics and analysis of cities and regions. The contribution of the meetings industry to a state economy, estimated based on the data, is 1121,1 million PLN of value added generated in the hotel base and 141,5 million PLN in gastronomy, i.e. 1262,6 million PLN in total. The contribution to creation of jobs is 15519 employees in the hotel base and 11954 in gastronomic services, characterized by much smaller productivity than jobs in the hotel base. It gives 27473 jobs nationwide in total.
ISSN: 2223-3822
References (Ukraine): 1. Celuch K., (2015) Managing content, product and motivation in meetings and events industry, Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Uczelnia Vistula 2. Celuch K., Davidson R. (2011) Better Business Results through Motivational Experiences and Incentive Travel, Warszawa: Wydawnictwo Uczelnia Vistula 3. Hofstede G., Hofstede G. J. (2008) Kultury i organizacje, Warszawa: Polskie Wydawnictwo Ekonomiczne 4. Taylor C., Lee DH. (2007) Cross-cultural Issues in Buyer Behavior, UK: Advances in International Marketing Volume 18 – Cross-Cultural Buyer Behavior 5. Wallace E., Mathai M., Heath A. (2008) The Convention Industry Council Manual, Washington: Convention Industry Council 6. World Tourism Organisation: Measuring the Economic Importance of the Meetings Industry. Developing a Touri sm Satellite Account Extension (2006) Madrid: World Tourism Organisation 7. Organizacja Narodów Zjednoczonych: Terminologia turystyczna. Zalecenia WTO, ONZ-WTO, UKFiT, Warsaw 1995. 8. Celuch K., Dziedzic E.: Report: "Przemysł spotkań i wydarzeń w Polsce – Poland Meetings and Events Industry Report 2011", Warsaw 2011 9. Celuch K.: Report: „Przemysł spotkań i wydarzeń w Polsce – Poland Meetings and Events Industry Report 2013”, Warsaw 2014 10. Convention Industry Council; APEX Industry Glossary, The glossary of the meetings, conventions and exhibitions industry, Alexandria, VA, USA 2013 11. Zmyślony P. (2014). Internationalization of tourism management in Polish cities: Strategies, marketing and structures, „European Journal of Tourism, Hospitality and Recreation” 5(3), 69-89 12. Nowak S., Ulfik A.; Financial independence of communities and the support of tourism infranstructure, Journal of Tourism, Recreation & Sport Management. – Vol. 1 2013, s. 21-26 13. National accounts by institutional sectors and subsectors 2009-2012, Central Statistical Office (CSO), Warsaw 2014, p. 316. 14. Structural statistics of companies in the EUROSTAT base and own calculations according to the annual exchange rate of 4.18 PLN, 2.03.2015.
Content type: Article
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