In the current edition 201 interviews were conducted. Each group of the subjects constituted about one-third of the sample: 34,8% of the interviews were conducted with subjects included in division 79 section N of PCEA (travel agency, tour operator and other reservation service and related activities), 35,3% with subjects included indivision 55 section I (accommodation service) and 29,9% with subjects included in division 56 section I (food service). 26,4% of the businesses from the Małopolska Voivodeship in the study were local businesses, 10,4% regional businesses, 25,4% countrywide businesses and 37,8% international businesses. Businesses hiring from 1 to 9 employees dominated in the study (51,2%). There were 31,8% one-man businesses in the sample. Bigger businesses accounted for 16,9% altogether, including 12,4% businesses hiring from 10 to 49 employees and 4,5% businesses hiring 50 employees or more. One business out of three (33,3%) had incomes below PLN 50 thousands. 12,4% of respondents declared business’ income from PLN 50 to 100 thousands, 11,4% from PLN 101 to 250 thousands and 8% from PLN 251 to 500 thousands. Income over PLN 500 thousands was declared by 15,9% of respondents.

The study was conducted with CATI method (Computer Assisted Telephone Interview).


Business Tendency Indicators in Tourism in Małopolska Voivodship for Q3 of Year 2012 – Summary

Polish version of the report and its summary are available here.