Barcelona Datasheet 2012 Data 2011Summary 01. Population (Barcelona city) 1,615,448of indicators Population Population (Barcelona Metropolitan Region) 4,777,042Data 2011 02. Annual rates of variation in GPD at constant prices (% of Catalonia) 0.7 Economic Barcelona’s GDP mp (million euros) (2008) 64,521.3 and business Barcelona’s per capita GDP mp (thousands of euros) (2008) 39.9 activity Businesses Creation of trading businesses in the city of Barcelona 6,416 Entrepreneurship rate (GEM) 7.0% Number of companies in the province of Barcelona (DIRCE) 453,485 03. Workers affiliated to social security 992.231 Human capital Workers affiliated to social security (provincial data) 2,274,116 Workers affiliated by area of activity: services/industry/construction (% of total) 87.7/8.8/3.5 Employment rate 16-64 years 65.9% Unemployment rate 16-64 years 17.2% University students in Catalonia (2009/2010 academic year) 244,263 04. Knowledge sectors City of Knowledge-intensive companies (% of total) 26.3 knowledge and Knowledge-intensive workers (% of total) 41.5 creativity Patents Patent applications (% of Spain) 14.8 Utility-model applications (% of Spain) 19.5 Employment in Creative Industries (2010) 88,808 05. Total stock office space 5,953,995 m2 Competitive Office prices business real Prime (Pg. Gràcia-Diagonal) € 14.75-18.50 m²/month estate Business district (consolidated centre) € 10-16 m²/month 06. Exports (million of euros) 42,036.16 An economy Percentage of exports in Barcelona province / Spain (%) 19.6% open to the Foreign investment in Catalonia (million of euros) 2,993.1 world Catalan investment abroad (million of euros) 2,520.3 Port of Barcelona traffic (million of tons) 43.1 Barcelona airport passengers 34,399,180 07. Benchmark in Tourists 7,390,777 Total international meetings/delegates 2,283 / 647,693 tourism and city of fairs and congresses 08. Number of companies (IV quarter 2011) 16,379 Retail Jobs (IV quarter 2011) 146,676 Municipal markets: food/others (2010) 39/4 09. Sustainable intracity mobility in Barcelona (% of total) 82.4% Quality of life Indicators of culture, leisure and education Public libraries (number and users) 37 / 6,178,297 Museums, collections and exhibition centres (number and users) 40/18,604,402 10. CUSHMAN & WAKEFIELD. “European Cities Monitor“ International Best European city for business 6th positioning of Best European city in worker’s quality of life 1st Barcelona
Barcelona Airport is the third largest in Europe in terms of direct passenger numbers
Index Executive summary.......................................................0401. One of Europe’s main metropolitan areas.................0802. Economic engine with a diversified structure ..........1003. Qualified human capital ...............................................1204. City of knowledge and creativity.................................1405. Competitive supply of real estate for businesses...... 1706. An economy that is open to the world........................1807. Benchmark in tourism and city of trade fairs and congresses ...............................................................2108. Retail...............................................................................2309. Quality of life..................................................................2310. International positioning of Barcelona .....................26October 2012Editor: Economy, Business and Employment Area. Barcelona City Council
4 Executive Summary Barcelona, the centre of a mega-region (10.9%), and transport (9.6%). Furthermore, Barcelona’s metro- politan area boasts the highest degree of diversity in terms of with 25 million inhabitants production in Spain.• Barcelona, capital of Catalonia, has more than 1,600,000 inha- • Barcelona has a significant industrial sector employing 8.8% of bitants and is at the heart of a metropolitan area with almost all workers, and its metropolitan area accounts for around two 5,000,000 inhabitants, representing 63.4% and 10.1% of the thirds of manufacturing jobs in Catalonia (65.9%), which inclu- total population of Catalonia and Spain, respectively. des strong car production clusters –one of Europe’s largest–,• The development of a metropolitan region goes beyond its geo- pharmaceuticals and chemicals, foodstuffs, electrical materials graphical area to create mega-regions1 or polycentric agglome- and equipment, paper and printing, and waste treatment. rations of cities that are a unit of natural economic influence in • Barcelona encourages and promotes economic activity and any given geographic area. In southern Europe, one that stands areas related to logistics and access to markets in Southern out is along the Barcelona –Lyon corridor, encompas– sing Europe, the Mediterranean, Asia and Latin America. 25 million people with an output of nearly 1 billion Euros of production, ranking number 16 and 11 in the world in terms of • After GSMA chose Barcelona for its Mobile World Capital for population and wealth, respectively. the period 2012-2018, the city has launched a four-pronged project: the Mobile World Congress, Mobile World Hub –focused• In terms of consolidated metropolitan agglomerations, the me- on the industrial and business areas–, Mobile World Center, tropolitan area’s population is approximately a quarter of New and the Mobile World Festival, which has a wider social and ci- York’s, yet greater than those of Boston, Montreal or Milan. vic role. The city is implementing various measures to promote• Barcelona’s cosmopolitan spirit –diverse and intercultural– is this sector, among them, the promotion of a free trade zone for shown by in the fact that nearly 18% of city residents are companies in the Smart City Campus-22@ area for companies foreigners. with development projects related to these activities, with the final goal being the development of a permanent economic and industrial ecosystem in Barcelona and Catalonia focused on mobile technology that can become an international and Barcelona is a dynamic economic engine national benchmark cluster. of growth, with a diversified structure • The city also supports the development of other high value- and international recognition added sectors such as healthcare and biomedicine, ICT, environmental sectors, energy sectors and research in the food• Barcelona has maintained its strong position internationally, industry, while strengthening traditional and consolidated sec- in addition to boasting a recognized city brand. As such, in tors such as trade, logistics, tourism and social sectors. 2011 Barcelona was among the six best European cities for • In 2011, Catalonia’s GDP was 210,150 million Euros, repre- business, according to the European Cities Monitor by Cushman senting 20% of the Spanish total. Its per capita GDP is 17.2% & Wakefield, and it has maintained a position in the top six higher than the European Union´s average. during the decade 2001-2011. It also holds the top spot as the city with the best quality of life for workers, and is placed second in terms of best European city to promote itself as a business centre, and third best-known by European executives. Moreover, according to the report Hot Spots: Global City Com- Barcelona’s business activities are petitiveness Benchmarking by the Economist Intelligence Unit, dynamic and flexible the city is the ninth most-attractive in the world, standing out • Greater Barcelona is home to 453,485 businesses, in other because of its social and cultural character, and its infrastruc- words, 14% of Spain’s total. These are mostly SMEs (98%), with ture (sharing 5th and 9th places with other cities, respectively). their greater flexibility and adaptability to complex environments.• Barcelona’s gross domestic product (GDP) stood at • In 2011, the rate of entrepreneurial activity (TEA) of the 64,521.3 million Euros in 2008, with a GDP per capita of resident population (18-64) in the province of Barcelona 39.9 thousand Euros. In terms of the distribution of gross va- stood at 7%, and this marked a turning point for this indi- lue added by sector, what stands out is the importance of ser- cator which showed growth for the first time in five years. vices for businesses and real estate, representing more than Barcelona’s TEA is higher than Catalonia’s (6.8%) and a quarter of the total (25.6%), followed by collective services Spain’s (5.8%) and in the European context, higher than (21.5%), industry (11.2%), commerce and trade and repairs countries such as Finland (6.3%), Sweden (5.8%) France and Belgium (5.7% each) and Germany (5.6%), although slightly lower than the EU average (7.6%). 1 R. FLORIDA (2007), The Rise of the Megaregion, Richard Florida, The Martin Pros- perity Institute at The Joseph L. Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.
Barcelona Datasheet 2012 5• In 2011, 6,416 companies were created in Barcelona, repre- Barcelona leads Spain in the senting a rate of 4 per 1,000 inhabitants, which was up by 5.3% compared to 2010. The province of Barcelona saw 8.3 firms development of the knowledge economy created for every one that was wound up, a ratio that places it • 26.3% of businesses and 41.5% of city employees work in at the head of major urban areas in Spain in this indicator. knowledge-intensive industries.• One of the objectives of the city hall’s so-called Barcelona • The province of Barcelona generates 15% of patent applica- Growth project is to generate a business-friendly environ- tions and 19.5% of utility models in Spain. ment via the creation of a support office for businesses, • Catalonia has more innovative companies than any other au- streamlining the process for setting up businesses, and with tonomous region in Spain (21.6%) and 22.5% of national total the administration paying suppliers within 30 days. It also expenditure on innovative activities. envisages the creation of a virtual platform called Barcelona Connecta, which will promote networking between entrepre- • The promotion of research in Catalonia in recent years meant neurs, associations and stakeholders, and a platform for that R&D expenditure in 2010 stood at 1.6% of GDP and the , facilitating public sector procurement from local SMEs and number of workers engaged in research and development entrepreneurs, and other instruments that contribute to reached 46,336. achieving this goal. • Barcelona improved its international ranking in terms of research in 2011 reaching 5th best city in Europe and 12th in the world in terms of scientific production. In addition, the ratio of projects funded by the European Research Council per Barcelona has a strong and large labour million inhabitants in Catalonia in the last four years exceeds market with well qualified workers that of countries like Austria, Finland and Belgium. • Three of Barcelona’s universities (Pompeu Fabra University• The city has almost a million jobs and nearly 2.3 million in (UPF), University of Barcelona (UB) and the Autonomous the provincial area. Barcelona’s activity and employment rates University of Barcelona (UAB) are among the top 225 in the (79.6% and 65.9%, respectively) are higher than the Catalan, world, according to the Times Higher Education University Spanish and European averages. Ranking, while the UB and UAB are also among the top 200,• Barcelona now has one of the largest labour markets in Eu- according to the QS Top University Ranking 2011/2012, which rope in high added value sectors: Catalonia is the fourth top makes Barcelona the eleventh best city in the world for college region in Europe in terms of the number of people employed students. in high and mid-range technology-intensive manufacturing • Creative activities account for more than 10% of workers in sectors, and fifth in terms of workers in science and techno- Barcelona-based companies, with about 90,000 jobs and logy, while reaching seventh place in the case of knowledge- 7,800 businesses. Barcelona accounts for 45% of Catalonia´s intensive and high-end technology services. creative businesses and 52% of its jobs in creative sectors.• Catalonia has 12 universities and 244,263 students, and the Worth noting is that, according to the latest research, a higher metropolitan area’s 8 public and private universities account percentage of workers in creative industries is strongly correla- for 87.6% of students. These offer a total of 425 official ted to higher outputs per capita. masters courses with 15,705 enrolled students, plus 9,508 • Catalonia is the driver of medical technology and biomedi- doctoral students in the 2009-2010 academic year. Moreover, cal research in Spain with 23% of new biotech firms created there were 14,732 foreigners studying at Catalan universities in 2010. Moreover, Catalan companies represent 21% of all in the 2010-2011 academic year. Spanish firms, turning over more than 15,000 million Euros• In 2010, the percentage of workers with a university education in 2010, which is 29.4% of all Spanish revenues in this ac- in Catalonia stood at 36.9%, higher than the European Union tivity. In Catalonia, half of those employed and life sciences (30.7%) and slightly lower than the Spanish average (37.8%). work in R&D.• Two of the city’s business schools, IESE and ESADE, are • The European Tech Cities Index by Buck Consultants, which ranked 4th and 12th respectively in Europe´s top 100 full-time measures factors related to technology and know-how, talent, MBA programmes, according to the 2012 ranking by the pres- market size, connectivity and international business climate tigious Financial Times. Moreover, according to the ranking in European cities, places Barcelona in tenth place along with Which MBA?, developed annually by the Economist Intelli- Amsterdam in the 2012 ranking, headed by Paris, London and gence Unit, IESE was in second place in Europe and tenth in Oxford. the world, while ESADE occupied the fifth spot in Europe and seventeenth in the world in 2011.
6• Barcelona is aiming to lead the transformation to smarter and • On the other hand, exports of high and medium-high tech from sustainable cities by creating a City protocol or world standard Barcelona reached a value of 24,511.9 million Euros in 2011, for measuring the sustainability and capacity of urban areas representing 58.3% of total sales abroad. The province itself to generate quality of life. This initiative has been awarded the generates around a quarter of the Spanish exports and clearly Areté Award for Urban Innovation 2012, in the framework of the leads the national ranking. Turin Città Visibili (Italy). • In 2011 Barcelona Airport stood in ninth place in the ranking of Europe’s busiest airports with over 34 million passengers, a city record that meant Barcelona climbed one place in the Airport Council International’s ranking. The same year, Barcelona Airport Barcelona offers a wide range of recorded the largest inter-annual increase (6.5%) among the competitive premises for businesses major European airports. The first half of 2012 intensified the year-on-year rate with increases in the number of passengers The so-called Barcelona-Catalonia initiative, led by the Govern- (+20.7%). ment of Catalonia -via the public company Incasòl-, and Barce- lona City Council, aims to promote a joint regional intelligent • Port activity in 2011 stood at 43.1 million tonnes transported, land development for new economic activity projects across showing growth of 4.4% and 0.2% in TEUS and tonnes of cargo, all major sectors of the knowledge economy around powerful respectively and an increase of 11.8% in passengers. As well, knowledge and mobility intensive infrastructure and facilities, the port of Barcelona came 12th among European ports in terms with nearly 7 million square meters of surface area and a capa- of container traffic rankings. city to generate over 200,000 highly skilled jobs: • Over the coming years, the Port of Barcelona wants to consoli-• In Barcelona, areas like the Smart City Campus-22@, la Marina date its position as the main logistics hub in Southern Europe del Prat Vermell, Glòries, Barcelona-La Sagrera, Can Batlló, by expanding its infrastructure with a new Hutchison terminal, areas around Via Augusta (Pla Empenta) and Rambla de Sants and new road and rail connections to extend its hinterland. The are especially noteworthy. inclusion of the Mediterranean corridor in the trans-European railway network will provide a direct connection from Mediterra-• In the area around Barcelona, there are projects like Parc nean ports to Europe and thus increase the port of Barcelona’s de l’Alba, Ripollet Park, Can Sant Joan, Mas Blau and Ca market share in cargo traffic from Asia. n’Alemany. • In 2011 the cost of living in Barcelona got cheaper in relation to other benchmark cities in Europe and the world, and the prices of areas devoted to economic activity followed the same trend. Barcelona has an open economy that is connected to the world• Catalonia is home to more than 5,000 foreign companies, with Barcelona is an international leader in the main countries of origin being Germany (18.4%), France (15.1%) and the Netherlands (13.4%). On the other hand, Cata- tourism and the organization of trade lonia boasts most companies in Spain from Japan (85.9%), Italy fairs and conferences (67.1%), the U.S. (63%), France (61.9%), Austria (56.4 %) and • The city ended 2011 with a positive performance across all tou- Switzerland (50.1%). rism indicators, achieving four new highs: surpassing the 15.5• KMPG’s Global Cities Investment Monitor shows that from 2007 million hotel overnights mark, 2.6 million cruise passengers, 7.3 to 2011 Barcelona was one of the world’s top ten urban areas million tourists and 1,900 million Euros tourist expenditure on receiving most foreign investment. Also, the city ranks third in credit cards. Europe in terms of receiving most foreign investment projects, • In 2011, Barcelona stood in third position in the world ranking according to the European Attractiveness Survey 2012 by Ernst of organizers of exhibitions and congresses behind Vienna and and Young. Paris, and in fourth place regarding European destinations with• Exports from the province of Barcelona rose to 42,036.2 million most overnight hotel stays by international tourism, only beaten Euros in 2011, the highest ever recorded after growing 10.4% by London, Paris and Rome, but with the highest growth on this on 2010. The area of Barcelona consolidated its leadership in indicator. Moreover, according to the MasterCard Index of Global the ranking of Spanish exports, generating approximately one Destination Cities 2012, Barcelona is among the top 20 cities in fifth (19.6%) of all sales overseas. the world in terms of number of visitors and spending by interna- tional tourists.
Barcelona Datasheet 2012 7• Barcelona remains the top destination amongst Mediterranean • The city hopes to lead the transformation towards creating cruise ports, with more than 2.6 million passengers. The port smarter and sustainable cities by creating a global standard of Barcelona is ready for renewed growth given the internatio- or protocol for measuring the sustainability and capacity of nalization of the cruise passenger segment: the city has an urban areas to generate quality of life. The protocol involves airport with direct flights to major cities in North America, a a partnership between universities, cities and companies to significant fact considering that this nationality represents the define the parameters of change in a city based on envi- majority of cruise passengers which visit the city. ronmental, cultural, social and economic factors guided by efficiency in the use of resources and excellence in design. • In the environmental field, Barcelona’s compact Medite- rranean city model promotes sustainable mobility, which The city is committed to a retail model represents 81% of inner city trips by people, and this is base on quality, diversity and proximity emphasized in prestigious rankings like Scorecard on Pros- perity 2011 by the Toronto Board of Trade, which highlighted• With 16,379 companies and 146,676 employees, commerce is the moderate time taken to get from home to work. Also, one of the most important areas of the economic structure of Barcelona came in sixth position among the best European Barcelona. Indeed, despite the impact of the recession on activi- cities in terms of internal transportation, according to the ty and levels of employment, this sector accounted for 22.7% of European Cities Monitor. The city continues to work on de- all social security contribution centres and 15.2% of employees veloping electric-powered mobility through the public-private in the city at the end of 2011. platform LIVE (Logistics for the Implementation of the• Municipal markets, with a total surface area of over Electric Vehicle) and plan MOVELE, and in 2013 it will host 200,000 m2 and generating an economic impact of the most important International Symposium on electric- 1,000 million Euros, are one of the bedrocks of Barcelona’s powered technology and mobility for specialists in this sec- model of retail because of their economic and social impact on tor: the Electric Vehicle Symposium and Exhibition (EVS27). the city’s neighbourhoods. They represent the largest fresh food • Also worth noting is that Barcelona is now a benchmark market network in Europe. in Europe in terms of water saving. The consumption of• The rankings showing the attractiveness of commerce in water per capita was 109.5 litres/day in 2011 -23.4 litres 2011 regarding the preferences of international distribution less than in 1999- representing a reduction of almost 18%, companies, published by Jones Lang Lasalle, and international significantly lower than those recorded in London (166.5 l/ destinations rated by shoppers, according to the Globe Shoppers person/day), Paris (120 l/person/day), Rome (234 l/person/ Cities Index 2011 by The Economist Intelligence Unit, both place day 2011), Vancouver (320 l/person/day), Sao Paulo (177.8 Barcelona among the top ten most attractive European cities l/ person/day) or New York (473.8 l/person/day). Also, Barcelona has been chosen to host the “Secretariat of the in terms of retail. Global Alliance for Water Operators”, (Global Water Opera- tors Partnerships Alliance-GWOPA), a UN-Habitat agency and permanent secretariat of the world body for the management of water policy, for the next five years. Barcelona, top city in Europe for • The cultural and educational offer is wide and of great quality. quality of life for the fourteenth In 2011, there were 35 international schools in the Barcelo- consecutive year na area. In addition, there are 37 public libraries in the city.• Barcelona has been voted Europe’s top city in terms of quality of life for workers for the fourteenth consecutive year, according to European Cities Monitor. The quality of life in the city is also implicitly recognized in The Economist´s Intelligence Unit’s report Hot Spots: Global City Competitive- ness in which Barcelona was placed fifth and ninth in terms of being a social and cultural capital and in terms of its global appeal respectively, among the 120 most competitive cities in the world.
801. One of Europe’s main metropolitan areas1.1. Population, area and climateBarcelona, heart of a mega-region with25 million inhabitantsPOPULATION AND AREA DATA CLIMATE INDICATORS FOR BARCELONA, 2011 Population % TOTAL Area Density Average annual temperature 18.3 ºC January 2011 Spanish (km2) (inhab./ (inhabitants) population km2) Highest temperature 33.0 ºCBarcelona 1,615,448 3.4 102 15,807 Lowest temperature 1.4 ºCMetropolitan 4,777,042 10.1 3,242 1,473 Hours of sunshine per year 2,781.7Region Source: Department of Statistics. Barcelona City Council. Statistical Yearbook 2012Catalonia 7,539,618 16.0 32,108 235Spain 47,190,493 100.0 505,986 93(*) Regions of the Barcelonès, Baix Llobregat, Maresme, Vallès Orientaland Vallès OccidentalSource: Barcelona City Council, Catalan Institute of Statistics (Idescat),National Statistics Institute (INE) 1.2. Demographics of BarcelonaWORLD’S METROPOLITAN AGGLOMERATIONS POPULATION DEMOGRAPHIC INDICATORS FOR BARCELONA, 2011 RANKING METROPOLITAN POPULATION Age structure (%) AREA 0-14 12.2 1 Tokyo 34,670,000 15-64 67.0 2 New York 19,069,796 65 and over 20.8 3 Shanghai 18,572,800 Life expectancy (2010) 82.8 years 4 Los Angeles 12,874,797 Men 79.3 years 5 London 12,300,000 Women 85.9 years 6 Paris 12,000,000 Birth rate 8.6‰ 7 Chicago 9,580,567 8 Hong Kong 7,033,500 Mortality rate 8.9‰ 9 Madrid 6,200,000 Fertility rate 36.7‰ 10 Toronto 5,623,450 Births per 1,000 women between the ages of 15 and 49 11 Berlin 5,000,000 Source: Department of Statistics. Barcelona City Council and the Barcelona 12 Barcelona 4,777,042 Public Health Agency 13 Boston 4,588,680 14 Sydney 4,504,500 15 San Francisco 4,317,853Source: Toronto Board of Trade 2011. Department of Statistics. Barcelona City Council
Barcelona Datasheet 2012 91.3. Foreign populationCosmopolitan, diverse and multicultural cityFOREIGNERS AS A PERCENTAGE OF THE GENERAL POPULATION, FOREIGNERS IN BARCELONA BY COUNTRY, January 2012January 2012 Pakistan 23,28120 Italy 22,90918 18.1% 17.3% 17.6% 17.3% 17.4% China 15,87516 15.9% 15.6% Ecuador 15,51114 14.2% Bolivia 14,154 12.8%12 Morocc 13,674 10.7%10 Peru 13,464 8 7.6% Colombia 12,328 6 6.3% France 11,922 4 Philippines 8,482 2 1.9% Dominican Republic 7,614 0 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 Argentina 7,469Note: data as of 1 January each year Romania 6,906Source: Department of Statistics. Barcelona City Council Brazil 6,802 Germany 6,582FOREIGNERS IN BARCELONA BY CONTINENT OF ORIGIN,January 2012 United Kingdom 5,753 India 5,538 Oceania Africa Chile 4,723 0.1% 7.3% Paraguay 4,506 Asia Mexico 4,481 22.2% Other countries 70,204 America Total foreign population 282,178 39.4% Source: Department of Statistics. Barcelona City Council Europe 30.9%Source: Department of Statistics. Barcelona City Council
1002. Economic engine with a diversified structure2.1. Economic activity and growth 2.2. Production specialisationCatalonia generates one fifth of Spain’s Diversified structure with a predominanceGDP of services and significant industrial-based clustersBARCELONA AND THE BARCELONA METROPOLITAN REGION. PRODUCTION STRUCTURE.GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT MARKET PRICES (GDP) (1), 2008 SALARIED WORKERS BY ECONOMIC SECTOR (%), IV Quarter 2011 GDP mp GDP per inhabitant (Millions of euros) (Thousands of euros) Index Catalonia=100 Barcelona BMR Catalonia SpainBarcelona 64,521 39.9 137.4 Agriculture 0.0 0.1 0.3 0.4Metropolitan 144,964 - - Industry 8.8 16.1 17.8 15.0Region*(1) GDP 2008. Base 2000. Valued at market price Construction 3.5 4.8 5.5 6.3(*) Regions of the Barcelonès, Baix Llobregat, Maresme, Vallès Orientaland Vallès Occidental Services 87.7 79.1 76.4 78.3Source: Idescat Total 100.0 100.0 100.0 100.0GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT AT MARKET PRICES(Current prices) In millions of € Source: Department of Statistics. Barcelona City Council and the National Institute of Social Security (INSS) CATALONIA SPAIN % of Spain2009 204,129 1,047,831 19.5 BARCELONA. GROSS VALUE ADDED (GVA) (1), 2008. FOR 11 AREAS OF ACTIVITY % of total2010 205,555 1,051,342 19.6 Agriculture, cattle, forestry and fishing 0.12011 210,150 1,073,383 19.6 Energy, chemicals, rubber and metalwork 3.9Source: Idescat, INE Food, textile, wood, paper and publishing 3.6GDP PER CAPITA Machinery, electronics and transport 3.7Adjusted for purchasing power parity*. 2011 Index (EU-27=100) Construction 6.2Catalonia 117.2 Retail and repairs 10.9Spain 99.4 Hotels 7.2Euro Zone 108.0European Union 100.0 Transport, storage and communication 9.6*Harmonized GDP Financial advisory 7.7Source: Eurostat, INE and Idescat Business services and real estate activity 25.6ANNUAL RATES OF VARIATION IN GDP AT CONSTANT PRICES (%) Other services 21.5 2009 2010 2011 Total sectors 100.0Barcelonès -2.6 0.2 n/d (1) GVA 2008. Base 2000. Value at basic prices Source: IDESCATMetropolitan Region -4.4 0.2 n/dCatalonia -4.0 0.4 0.7Spain -3.7 -0.3 0.4European Union -4.3 2.0 1.5Source: Eurostat, INE, IDESCAT and CatalunyaCaixa County Economic Yearbook 2011
Barcelona Datasheet 2012 112.3. CompaniesBusiness fabric with entrepreneurial spiritand predominance of SMEsCORPORATIONS 2009 2010 2011* % of SpainCreated in the city of Barcelona 6,223 6,094* 6,416 7.6Created in the province of Barcelona 11,432 11,376 12,340 14.6Created in Catalonia 14,612 14,382 15,644 18.5Created in Spain 78,204 79,994 84,781 100.0Closed in the province of Barcelona 1,163 1,338 1,470 7.4Closed in Catalonia 2,356 2,565 2,639 13.4Closed in Spain 17,416 18,500 19,743 100.0*Provisional dataSource: INEBUSINESSES IN BARCELONA* BY NUMBER OF SALARIED ENTREPRENEURIAL ACTIVITY IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIESWORKERS, 2011 2011 (% population aged 18-64) Number of % of SPANISH Slovakia 14.2% companies total Poland 9.9%No salaried workers 263,257 58.1 Netherlands 8.2%With salaried workers: Greece 8.0% 1 to 199 salaried workers 189,271 41.7 European Average 7.6% Over 199 salaried workers 957 0.2 Portugal 7.5% United Kingdom 7.3%Total companies 453,485 100.0 Ireland 7.2%* Provincial data January 2011Source: INE. Central Business Directory (DIRCE) Barcelona* 7.0% Catalonia 6.8%COMPANY HEADQUARTERS, 2011* Switzerland 6.6% Number of % of Spain Finland 6.3% companies Sweden 5.8%Barcelona 174,926 5.4 Spain 5.8%Barcelona province 453,485 14.0 France 5.7%Catalonia 601,801 18.5 Germany 5.6%Spain 3,250,576 100.0 Denmark 4.6%* Provincial data January 2011 *Provincial dataSource: INE. Central Business Directory (DIRCE) Source: Global Entrepreneurship Monitor (GEM), Executive Report Catalonia 2011
1203. Qualified human capital3.1. Activity, employment and 3.3. Salariesunemployment rates Internationally competitive salariesActivity and employment rates abovethe European averageACTIVITY, EMPLOYMENT AND UNEMPLOYMENT RATES. SALARY LEVEL IN WORLD CITIES, 2011IV Quarter 2011 Gross salary City Net salary Activity rate Employment Unemployment (New York = 100) (New York = 100) rate rate 144.1 Zurich 149.1Barcelona 79.6 65.9 17.2 138.8 Geneva 133.8Catalonia 78.1 61.9 20.7 134.8 New York 100.4Spain 74.8 57.6 23.0 95.5 Copenhagen 107.8 90.6 Miami 82.5European Union 71.4 64.3 10.0 83 London 97.3* Specific rates (16-64 years old)Source: Labour Force Survey (EPA) and Eurostat 81.3 Munich 77.8 80.8 Frankfurt 90.6 80 Vienna 82.73.2. Number of jobs a Barcelona 77.9 Lyon 79.9Nearly 1 million jobs in the city, 2.3 million 73.6 Paris 75.1in the metropolitan area 66.7 Amsterdam 63.6 58.3 Barcelona 66.6 46.8 Athens 53.6WORKERS AFFILIATED WITH THE SOCIAL SECURUTY.IV Quarter 2011 45.4 Rome 37.7 Source: UBS. Prices and Earnings around the globe 2011 TOTAL % s/ESPANYABarcelona 992,231 5.80Province of Barcelona 2,274,116 13.29 3.4. Training and universitiesCatalonia 3,001,447 17.54 TRAINING AND UNIVERSITIES, 2009-2011Spain 17,111,792 100.00 Total number of students in Catalonia 244,263Source: Department of Statistics. Barcelona City Council Total number of students in the Barcelona area 213,962 Number of masters courses offered at universities in the 425 Barcelona area% WORKERS WITH UNIVERSITY STUDIES* 2010 Number of students on masters and doctorate courses 25,213 WOMEN TOTAL in the Barcelona area Foreign students at Catalonia’s public universities 14,732Catalonia 41.4 36.9 (2010-2011)Spain 42.7 37.8 Foreign students on masters and doctorate courses at 8,677 Catalonia’s public universities (2010-2011)European Union 33.7 30.7 Source: Department of Statistics. Barcelona City Council* % of the population between 25 and 64 with a university degreeSource: Eurostat
Barcelona Datasheet 2012 133.5. Business Schools of ExcellenceBusiness schools, universities and global Mastersof excellence with international reachBEST EUROPEAN BUSINESS SCHOOLS, 2012 European World Business school City ranking 2012 ranking 2012 1 4 London Business School London 2 6 Insead Fontainebleau 3 8 IE Business School Madrid 4 9 Iese Business School Barcelona 5 13 IMD Lausanne 6 18 HEC Paris Paris 7 20 University of Oxford: Saïd Oxford 8 26 University of Cambridge: Judge Cambridge 9 27 Warwick Business School Coventry 10 30 Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University Rotterdam 11 31 Manchester Business School Manchester 12 33 Esade Business School Barcelona 13 36 Cranfield School of Management Cranfield 14 38 City University: Cass London 15 42 SDA Bocconi Milan 16 46 Imperial College Business School London 17 65 Hult International Business School London 18 70 Vlerick Leuven Gent Management School Gant 19 71 Lancaster University Management School Lancaster 20 83 University of Edinburgh Business School Edinburgh 21 86 Birmingham Business School Birmingham 22 86 University College Dublin: Smurfit Dublin 23 91 Aston Business School Birmingham 24 93 University St Gallen Switzerland 25 94 Durham Business School Durham 26 95 Bradford School of Management/TiasNimbas Business BradfordSource: Financial Times, Global MBA Ranking
1404. City of knowledge and creativity4.1. Knowledge economy and societyThe city is leading Spain’s progress towards theknowledge economyCOMPANIES BY KNOWLEDGE INTENSITY, IV Quarter 2011 BARCELONA % of total CATALONIA % of totalHigh-technology industrial sectors 172 0.2 718 0.3Mid-to-high-technology industrial sectors 575 0.8 4,155 1.7Knowledge-intensive service sectors 18,162 25.2 43,191 17.4TOTAL KNOWLEDGE-INTENSIVE COMPANIES 18,909 26.3 48,064 19.4Rest of companies 53,104 73.7 199,458 80.6TOTAL COMPANIES IN THE CITY 72,013 100.0 247,522 100.0Source: Department of Enterprise and Labour of CataloniaDISTRIBUTION OF SALARIED WORKERS BY ECONOMIC SECTOR ACCORDING TO KNOWLEDGE INTENSITY, IV Quarter 2011 BARCELONA % of total CATALONIA % of totalHigh-technology industrial sectors 8,212 1.0 27,578 1.2Mid-to-high-technology industrial sectors 30,214 3.5 113,932 4.8Knowledge-intensive service sectors 315,570 37.0 665,162 28.2TOTAL KNOWLEDGE-INTENSIVE SALARIED WORKERS 353,996 41.5 806,672 34.3Rest of salaried workers 499,136 58.5 1,548,221 65.7TOTAL SALARIED WORKERS 853,132 100.0 2,354,893 100.0Source: Department of Enterprise and Labour of CataloniaICT IN THE HOME(% OF POPULATION BETWEEN 16 AND 74) 2010 2011 Change (%) 2010-2011Have a computer at home 75.7 79.0 3.3Internet connection at home 72.4 75.7 3.3Use the Internet regularly 78.3 82.1 3.8Source: Survey on equipment and use of information and communication technology inthe home (INE)
Barcelona Datasheet 2012 154.2. ResearchQualitative and quantitative commitmentto research, with international benchmarkscience facilitiesEVOLUTION OF R&D EXPENDITURE AS A PERCENTAGE OF GDP IN INTERNATIONAL BENCHMARK SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGYCATALONIA AND SPAIN, 1996-2010 FACILITIES IN BARCELONA, 2012 1.8 Barcelona Supercomputing Centre - National Supercomputing Centre (BSC-CNS) 1.68 1.61 1.6 Maritime Research and Experimentation Channel (CIEM) 1.48 1.63 1.42 1.39 1.39 Catalan Supercomputing Centre (CESCA) 1.4 1.33 1.35 1.27 Barcelona Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Laboratory (LRB) 1.35 1.2 1.19 1.27 National Microelectronics Centre White Room (IMB-CNM) 1.06 1.06 1.04 1.20 1.03 1.0 0.92 1.12 ALBA Synchrotron - Cells 1.06 0.90 0.99 1.05 0.91 0.91 Source: Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness. Map of unique science and 0.8 0.87 0.86 technology facilities 0.81 0.80 0.6 TOP WORLD CITIES IN TERMS OF SCIENTIFIC PRODUCTION, 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009* 2010* 2011* Data 2009 and 2010 for Spain calculated Catalonia Spainwith respect to base 2008 GDP . World EuropeanSource: INE ranking ranking Beijing 1 - London 2 1EVOLUTION OF R&D PERSONNEL. CATALONIA, 1996-2010 Tokyo 3 -50,000 Seoul 4 - 47,324 46,520 Paris 5 245,000 43,037 46,335 Boston 6 -40,000 40,867 New York 7 - 36,634 37,862 Shanghai 8 -35,000 33,411 Moscow 9 330,000 Madrid 10 4 26,037 28,034 25,107 Los Angeles 11 -25,000 21,896 Barcelona 12 5 20,02320,000 18,395 Baltimore 13 - Toronto 14 -15,000 17,773 Rome 15 610,000 São Paulo 16 - 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 Philadelphia 17 -Source: INE Chicago 18 - Houston 19 - Berlin 20 7 Source: Polytechnic University of Catalonia - Centre for Land Policy and Assessment
164.3. Business innovation 4.4. Creative sectorsBarcelona and Catalonia, leaders in More than half of all Catalonia’s jobs ininnovation among Spanish businesses creative industries are in BarcelonaINNOVATION INDICATORS EMPLOYMENT IN CREATIVE INDUSTRIES, 2010 Patent UTILITY BARCELONA % of Catalonia applications model applications 2011 % of Spain 2011 % of Spain Heritage-related activities 2,424 65.7Barcelona* 521 14.8 505 19.5 Architecture and engineering 11,839 41.8 Graphic arts and printing 3,793 20.2Catalonia 625 17.7 629 24.3 Cinema, video and music 3,284 59.8Spain 3,527 100.0 2,585 100.0 Design and photography 6,257 61.4* Provincial dataNote: Provisional data 2011 Publishing 10,421 73.3Source: Spanish Patent and Trademark Office Writing, theatre arts, visual arts and 4,453 71.4 artisans Number of innovative EXPENDITURE ON companies INNOVATION (thousands €) Creative research and development 8,434 58.3 2010 % of Spain 2010 % of Spain Fashion 2,169 14.6Catalonia 5,334 21.6 3,642,187 22.5 Advertising 13,130 68.5Spain 24,645 100.0 16,171,218 100.0 Radio and television 1,360 28.6Source: INE Software, videogames and e-publishing 21,244 69.1 Total creative industries 88,808 52.0 Source: Barcelona Institute of Regional and Metropolitan Studies, IERMB
Barcelona Datasheet 2012 1705. Competitive supply of real estate for businesses5.1. Offices 5.2. Premises for commerceWide range of premises for high value addedeconomic activities TOP TEN MOST ATTRACTIVE DESTINATIONS FOR INTERNATIONAL RETAIL COMPANIES, 2012MARKET FOR OFFICES, 2011 RAnKing CiTYTotal office space 5,953,995 m2 1 LondonAvailable office space 792,477 m2 2 ParisVacancy rate 13.3 % 3 MoscowSource: Jones Lang Lasalle. On point 4 Madrid 5 MilanOFFICE PRICES, 2011 6 Prague Prime (Pg. Gràcia-Diagonal) 7 Barcelona 14.75-18.50€ m2/month Business district (consolidated centre) 8 Munich 10-16€ m2/month 9 Istanbul Periphery (Sabadell, St. Cugat, Esplugues, etc.) 10 Rome 7-10€ m2/month Source: Jones Lang Lasalle, Real Estate New business areas 9.50-16.25€ m2/month 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19Source: Jones Lang Lasalle. On point
1806. An economy that is open to the world6.1. Foreign investment in Catalonia 6.2. Catalan investment abroadOne of the leading European regions forforeign investment projectsFOREIGN INVESTMENT. In millions of € INVESTMENT ABROAD. In millions of € 2009 2010 2011 % 2009 2010 2011 % of CAT/spain SpainCatalonia 1,552.2 4,833.8 2,993.1 12.7 Catalonia 2,297.6 2,055.5 2,520.3 8.9Spain 12,405.5 12,212.1 23,605.6 100.0 Spain 19,704.7 28,995.6 28,199.3 100.0Note: Total gross investment not including foreign shareholding entities Note: Total gross investment not including foreign shareholding entitiesSource: Register of Foreign Investment. Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness Source: Register of Foreign Investment. Ministry of Economy and CompetitivenessNUMBER OF FOREIGN COMPANIES ESTABLISHED IN DESTINATION OF CATALAN INVESTMENT ABROADCATALONIA, 2011 % of total, 2011Home country 2011 USA 47.5%Germany 934 Brazil 10.4%France 762 Portugal 3.4%Netherlands 677 Turkey 3.4%United States of America 490Italy 467 China* 2.8%United Kingdom 387 Argentina 2.5%Switzerland 278 Chile 2.3%Luxembourg 145 Russia 2.2%Japan 126 Mexico 1.5%Portugal 121Others 674 Luxembourg 1.4%TOTAL 5,061 Others 22.6%Source: Invest in Catalonia - Acc1Ó *Includes China, Hong Kong and Macao Source: Datainvex. Ministry of Economy and CompetitivenessSOURCE OF FOREIGN INVESTMENT IN CATALONIA% of total, 2011 United Kingdom 23.1% Luxembourg 19.2% Switzerland 16.1% Netherlands 10.4% France 6.6% Germany 5.5% Bermudas 2.1% USA 1.3% Barbados 1.1% Russia 0.7% Others 13.7%Source: Datainvex. Ministry of Industry, Tourism and Trade
Barcelona Datasheet 2012 196.3. ExportsThe Barcelona area is the leading exporterin Spain, with one fifth of all sales abroadEXPORTS. In millions of € MAIN DESTINATION COUNTRIES FOR EXPORTS FROM BARCELONA 2009 2010 2011* % of (PROVINCE). % of total, 2011 Spain 2011 France 18.1%Barcelona 32,480.8 38,073.9 42,036.2 19.6 Germany 9.6%Catalonia 41,460.9 48,866.3 55,524.7 25.9 Italy 8.0%Spain 159,889.6 186,780.1 214,485.5 100.0 Portugal 7.0%* Provisional dataSource: Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness United Kingdom 5.0% Switzerland 5.4%EVOLUTION OF EXPORTS FROM THE PROVINCE OF BARCELONA. USA 3.0%In millions of €, 1995 - 2011 Netherlands 2.6%45,00040,000 Belgium 2.4%35,000 Turkey 2.3%30,000 China* 2.0%25,000 Mexico 1.9%20,000 Morocco 1.7%15,000 Poland 1.4%10,000 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 *Includes China, Hong Kong and MacaoSource: Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness Source: Ministry of Economy and CompetitivenessDISTRIBUTION OF EXPORTS FROM THE PROVINCE OF BARCELONA DISTRIBUTION OF EXPORTS FROM SPAIN BY TECHNOLOGYBY TECHNOLOGY CONTENT, 2011 CONTENT, 2011 3.8% 4.4% 11.5% 8.1% 16.5% 46.9% 38.0% 25.2% ■ High technology content ■ Medium-high technology content 21.3% ■ Medium-low technology content ■ Low technology content 24.3% ■ Not classifiedSource: Ministry of Economy and Competitiveness