PROJEKT WSPÓŁFINANSOWANY PRZEZ SZWAJCARIĘ W RAMACH SZWAJCARSKIEGO
PROGRAMU WSPÓŁPRACY Z NOWYMI KRAJAMI CZLONKOWSKIMI UNII EUROPEJSKIEJ
Schedule
Schedule
2nd quarter of 2012
Choosing the right research tool An overview of qualitative and quantitative methods and techniques employed all over the world (including Switzerland) in studies appraising the impact that the meetings industry has on national, regional and local economies.
14th – 15th of May 2012
A working meeting A meeting in Valais, Switzerland will aim to select methods used in the study. The meeting will be attended by representatives of the Foundation of the Krakow University of Economics, the Switzerland-based Institute of Tourism, ICE Kraków, and the Project Leader – the Krakow Convention Bureau.
25th June 2012
Conference A conference opening the project held in the meeting hall of the Krakow Municipality (pl. Wszystkich Świętych 3/4). The conference will be attended by representatives of the city, tourism industry and professors.
3rd quarter of 2012
Choosing the right research tool Evaluation of the rationale behind using selected tools in Polish cities, including discussion about usefulness and possibilities of procuring data collected by a wide array of entities.
4th quarter of 2012
Choosing the right research tool Preparing a proposal of methodology appraising direct, indirect and induced impacts of the meetings industry on Krakow’s economy and consultations on the methodology with representatives of the tourism industry.
1st and 2nd quarter of 2013
Conducting the study Conducting a pilot study; analysing the results obtained and drawing conclusions aimed at preventing possible irregularities in research methods and techniques employed.
Between the 3rd quarter of 2013 and the 2nd quarter of 2014
Conducting the study Conducting the study itself and analysing its results, i.e. evaluating the current multiplier effect of the meetings industry on Krakow’s economy.
3rd quarter of 2014
Report Recommendations regarding prospective activities, including the selection of proposed congresses that could be attracted to Krakow and are likely to generate the highest economic impact on the city and the Region of Malopolska.
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