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KFC Restaurant in Óbuda – location analysis

A new KFC restaurant opened last month near our office in Óbuda. We try to visualise the characteristic of surrounding area of the location using GeoIndeX database.

Downtown index

Locations of public services, and public transport changes shows the downtown index.

KFC Óbuda - Downtown Index map

KFC Óbuda – Downtown Index map

Residential types

Proportion of housing estates, townhouse or block of flats and family houses shows the residential types of surrounding areas of resataurant’s location.

KFC Óbuda - residential types map

KFC Óbuda – residential types map

Drive-time zones

Drive time zones by distance (meters) or time (minutes) show the catchment area of the location.

KFC Óbuda - drive time zones

KFC Óbuda – drive time zones

KFC Óbuda - drive time zones

KFC Óbuda – drive time zones

If we know these informations we can calculate the quantity and the quality of potential customers, and the purchasing power.

KFC Óbuda - Purchasing Power cluster map

KFC Óbuda – Purchasing Power cluster map

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Interactive purchasing power map of Hungarian cities

Now is available GeoIndeX interactive purchasing power map of Hungarian cities.

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Datasource of tematic maps is GeoIndeX 100×100 street level purchasing power database. Database is available for Budapest, county seats and settlementos of Hungary with more than 20 000 inhabitants.

Let’s see the map »

Purchasing power indicators

The interactive purchasing power map of Hungary shows the differences between hungarian settlements: demography, net income, purchasing power and more. Choose an indicator from the drop-down menu, than you can move the map to that hungarian settlement you want to analyse.

List of all available settlements »

Hungarian names of indicators Description
Népesség Population per hectare
Gyermekkorúak aránya Young age dependency ratio
Időskorúak aránya Old age dependency ratio
Öregedési index Aging index
Jövedelem Annual net income per capita
Ingatlan négyzetméterár Real estate average price per square meter
Ingatlan ár Real estate average price
Diplomások aránya Percentage of graduated population
Látnivaló index Sights index
Gyalogos forgalom index Pedestrian traffic index
Városközpont index Downtown index
Beépítés jellege Type of residential areas
Lakókörnyezeti index Type of purchasing power cluster

Learn more: List of indicators »

Datasource of interactive map

GeoIndex 100×100 street level purchasing power database help’s to understand the spatial differences of purchasing power in Hungary. This database is more, than a statistical database, contains several different indicators, and complex index.

100×100 database description »

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Net income in settlements of Hungary – 2013

Now is available the new dataset – year 2013 – of settlement level purchasing power database of Hungary. You can use this database to analyse the spatial differences of purchasing power by using net income and expenditures database of GeoIndeX.

Settlement level map of annual net income per capita - Hungary, 2013

Settlement level map of annual net income per capita – Hungary, 2013

We have updated the purchasing power database of Hungary. This database shows the spatial differences of net income and expenditures of cities.

Spatial levels of database

This database is available in two different territorial level:

  • Settlements of Hungary with districts of Budapest (3178 units)
  • ZIP codes of Hungary (3549 uits)

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If you need street level purchasing power database use the 100×100 database » 


 

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Change of population in districts of Budapest -2015

The number of inhabitant has been changing year to year in districts of Budapest. For spatial analysis these informations could be very important, that’s why we are updating our demographic database of Hungary from region to street level, year by year.

Number of inhabitants in districts of Budapest

Number of inhabitants in districts of Budapest

With these spatial data you can analyse the trends, and you can join these data to your own business or market database.

Change of population in districts of Budapest - 2015

Change of population in districts of Budapest – 2015

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Sunday Times impact on retails in Budapest

After 15th of March 2015. a lot of retail shop should be closed on Sunday. The law sets out a number of exceptions, for example the World Heritage areas (Law No. CII. of year 2014. 1§ 14. point).

Who should be closed and who is not?

In Budapest there are three World Heritage area: the Banks of Danube, Buda Castle Quarter, and Andrássy Avenue. So the shops whitch locatid in these areas – according to the law – shouldn’t have been closed.

Retail stores in World Heritage areas of Budapest

Retail stores in World Heritage areas of Budapest

 Categories and Brands

The downtown of Budapest, the Grand boulevard between Podmaniczky street and Király street may have been the most popular place on Sundays after 15th of March for those people who want shopping.


If you are interested in other categories, or you need some thematic map, contact us »


Source of thematic maps


 

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Unemployment rate in Hungary in last quarter of year 2014

The National Employment Service (AFSZ) of Hungary has published the statistical dataset of unemployment rate of settlements of Hungary. Used these data we created the new elements of settlement level map series of unemployment rate of Hungary.

Percentage of registered jobseekers in proportion of resident population of working age

Change in unemployment rate of Hungarian settlements


Data source of the thematic maps

These maps help to understand the spatial differences of purchasing power in settlements of Hungary. ArcData business GIS database contains the settlement level base data of unemployment rate of Hungary, with several other statistical data.

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Street level purchasing power – new data not only for Budapest – 2014

Now available the dataset of 2014. which help to understand the differences of purchasing power of Budapest and surrounging area (the agglomeration of Budapest) in street level.

Let’s see the list of settlements! »

Neighbourhood profiles in Budapest and surroundings - 2014

Neighbourhood profiles in Budapest and surroundings – 2014

New indicators for analyse the spatial differences of purchasing power

With the update of dataset year 2014, new indicators were integrated to the street level purchasing power database. These are:

  • Downtown Index
  • Public Transport Index – only for Budapest
  • Real estate average price and real estate average square meter
  • Percentage of graduated population

This knowledge help to understand the factors which modify the quality of local purchasing power. Use this database in your decision making process, learn more »

Regional centres in Budapest - 2014

Regional centres in Budapest – 2014

Percentage of population with diploma in Budapest and surroundings - 2014

Percentage of population with diploma in Budapest and surroundings – 2014

Street level Purchasin Power database of cities of Hungary »

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Purchasing power of Hungarian cities – 2012

The settlement level purchasing power database has updated. You can use the settlement level income and consumption expeditures databes of Hungary for your marketing research process.

Annual net income per capita in Hungarian cities - 2012

Annual net income per capita in Hungarian cities – 2012

Tematic map of Net income per capita – year 2012

Settlement level tematic map of net income per capita shows the differences between Budapest and its agglomeration and the rural region of Hungary. You can see the catchment areas of centre cities of countries, and the advantage of West Pannon region.

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GeoXMap – street finder map of Hungary

GeoXMap is a web map based street finder service in Hungary. You can search every street names and address of all hungarian settlements. You can reach the  free service on terkep.varosterkep.hu

GeoXMap citymap with street finder in Hungary

GeoXMap citymap with street finder in Hungary

Free street-finder service of Budapest, Debrecen, Győr, Miskolc, Pécs, Szeged, Kecskemét, Nyíregyháza, Székesfehérvár, and every other hungarian settlement.

Reference database of street-finder service of Hungary

The reference database of web map based street finder service of Hungary is our street name database called “Országos utcatörzs“. This database contains every hungarian street names by settlements. You can buy this database with address data and GPS coordinates too.

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Permanent population in Hungarian settlements – 2014.

Now are available the latest (01.01.2016) population data by settlement in ArcData database.


 

ArcData statistical database of Hungarian NUTS levels has been updated with new demographic data (year 2014) for all territorial levels. This database helps you to in your geomarketing process, and your location based predictive analysis.

Permanent population in Hungarian settlements - 2014.

Permanent population in Hungarian settlements – 2014.

Dinamically growning and declining areas of Hungary

In the last 10 years the population of Budapest and its agglomeration has been growing. You can see the same trend in the agglomerations of the bigger hungarian cities.

More info about ArcData database »

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