Country map

This map shows concentrations of firms at the regional level (NUTS 2) for the selected industry and indicator (selected in the left hand menu). The indicator is based on a segment (or subset) of firms that share certain characteristics. Values below 1 shown on the map indicate that the region has a lower concentration of firms for a given segment compared to the average concentration of firms for all regions in the country. Values above 1 indicate that the region has an above average concentration of firms for the segment.

Country Details

Area NameCodeValue
Burgenland (A) AT11
Kärnten AT21
Niederösterreich AT12
Oberösterreich AT31
Salzburg AT32
Steiermark AT22
Tirol AT33
Vorarlberg AT34
Wien AT13

Methodology

The methodology for the creation of these maps is detailed in the methodologies section of the website.

Defining Creative industries

Creative industries comprise activities related to the creation, production and/or distribution of creative goods and services as well as with the integration of creative elements into wider processes and other sectors. Creative industries are sometimes referred to as the cultural industries although the two terms are not synonymous. According to the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), cultural industries refer to industries which combine the creation, production and commercialisation of creative contents which are intangible and cultural in nature. The contents are typically protected by copyright and can take the form of a good or a service. Cultural industries generally include printing, publishing and multimedia, audiovisual, phonographic and cinematographic productions as well as crafts and design.

The term creative industries encompasses a broader range of activities which include the cultural industries as well as all cultural or artistic production, whether live or produced as an individual unit. The creative industries are those in which the product or service contains a substantial element of artistic or creative endeavour and include activities such as architecture and advertising. Creative industries thus consist of activities drawing on advertising, architecture, art, crafts, design, fashion, film, music, performing arts, publishing, R&D, software, toys and games, TV and radio, and video games.

For further details, please see the creative industries definition page in the methodologies section of the website.