City Profile - Milan ; Comprehensive overview of the city, PEST analysis and analysis of key industries including technology, tourism and hospitality, construction and retail.
Milan metropolitan region’s accounts for 7% of the nation’s population and 10.4% of the national economy. The city of Milan is the capital of Lombardia territory in northern Italy and the second largest city in Italy after Rome in terms of population. The tertiary sector contributed the most to the area’s GVA in 2016, accounting for 78.9% share. The improvement in household income, labor market, and Milan’s fashion industry is expected to have a significant positive effect on the region’s economy over the next decade.
“City Profile - Milan” provides historical and forecast data on key city level metrics along with analytical coverage of the latest political, economic, social, technological, infrastructural, legal and environmental issues affecting Milan. The report contains detailed tourism, retail, construction, technology and public infrastructure data and insight into economic, social, and industry trends.
Reasons to buy
- The service sector remains the key contributor to the area’s economy - and the major employer.
- Milan is a key tourist destination in Italy for both domestic and international tourists and experienced healthy growth. Positive growth in construction sector was supported by rise in investments and building permits.
- Gain a comprehensive knowledge of future economic and demographic trends and understand the performance of various sectors within the city.
- Analyze and understand the business environment in the city to align your investment and expansion strategies.
- The report helps to drive a conclusion in choosing a suitable city to invest or expand according to your business structure.
- Explore new opportunities in the hospitality, tourism, construction, real estate and retail sectors.
- City Snapshot
- PEST Analysis
- Technology and Infrastructure
- Internal Transport Networks
- Business Environment Analysis
- Travel and Tourism
- Tourism Flows
- Construction and Real Estate
- Real Estate Market
- Retail Market
- Consumption, Income and Prices
- Further Reading
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- List of Tables
- Table 1: Milan metropolitan region - key facts (estimates), 2016
- Table 2: Milan metropolitan region - real GDP and real GDP growth, 2000-25
- Table 3: Milan metropolitan region - economic growth (Index 2010=100), 2000-25
- Table 4: Milan metropolitan region - GDP per capita comparison, 2000-25 (US$)
- Table 5: Milan metropolitan region - employment structure, 2000-25 (% of total)
- Table 6: Milan metropolitan region- major universities, 2016
- Table 7: Milan metropolitan region - population comparison, 2000-25 (million)
- Table 8: Milan metropolitan region - population by age, 2000-25 (% of total)
- Table 9: Milan city - mass transit network indicators, 2015
- Table 10: Milan airports - passenger information
- Table 11: Milan airports - aircraft movements information
- Table 12: Milan city- Fortune 500 companies with main HQ in the city, 2016
- Table 13: Milan city- office rents, Q3 2016
- Table 14: Milan metropolitan region - tourism indicators
- Table 15: Milan metropolitan region - hotel indicators
- Table 16: Milan metropolitan region- international arrivals at accommodation establishments by country of residence
- Table 17: Milan metropolitan region- international overnight stays at accommodation establishments by country of residence
- Table 18: Milan metropolitan region - UNESCO World Heritage Sites
- Table 19: Milan city- MICE and other events, 2017
- List of Figures
- Figure 1: Milan metropolitan region - real GDP and real GDP growth, 2000-25
- Figure 2: Milan metropolitan region - economic growth (Index 2010=100), 2000-25
- Figure 3: Milan metropolitan region - GDP per capita comparison, 2000-25
- Figure 4: Milan metropolitan region - employment structure, 2000-25 (% of total)
- Figure 5: Milan metropolitan region - population comparison, 2000-25
- Figure 6: Milan metropolitan region - population by age, 2000-25 (% of total)