Tourism and investments have reached good heights in Milan

MILAN – A GDP that is allied to other European countries, such as Ireland. High levels of creativity and innovation. Milan is attracting an augmenting general presence, with consistently augmenting sum in a transport industry, in particular, in a assembly industry.

Milan By Numbers 2015 describes a city from an general perspective. It gives a image of a city’s prospects summarized by a Research Lab on a International Meeting Industry (LAMCI) for a Bit – International Tourism Exchange. This beginning was grown by ASERI (Graduate School of Economics and International Relations of a Catholic University of a Sacred Heart) in partnership with Fiera Milano Congressi.

With anxiety to a Travel sector, according to a change sheets relations to 2015, a city has available a sum of 11,741,374 overnight stays, 7,258,350 of that are general travellers (+17,1% compared to 2014), with an normal annual rate of hotel room occupancy equal to 69.3%. The sum available in 2016, even if still partial, follow this trend, with a 1.5-1.8% boost compared to 2015. About one fifth (19%) of overnight stays come from a assembly industry. Milan is ranked third out of 243 European cities for a indoor muster aspect and seventh for a sum aspect dedicated to congresses and events. In 2015, a civil area counted 33,718 meetings and events and 2.27 million participants (according to a Italian Congress and Events Observatory). Moreover, a city hosted 93 general organisation congresses (according to ICCA – International Congress and Convention Association) attended by 64,110 participants. It is also ranked 21st in a universe for a series of this form of events.

The 316 discussion venues of a civil area (220 usually in a city of Milan) paint over one third (33.8%) of a 934 comforts in Lombardy (first segment in Italy) and about one fifth (19.7%) of those in North-Western Italy, since they are equal to 5.5% of all a 5,407 venues rescued by OICE (an employers’ Association, belonging to Confindustria – a Confederation of Italian Industry – that represents Italian engineering, architectural and technical mercantile consulting organisations) in Italy. The altogether series of days was 49,892 with a sum of 3,569,426 participants. On average, an eventuality lasts one day and a half and is attended by 67 participants.

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