Tourism’s contribution to the Hampshire economy
- £2.30bn is estimated to have been spent by day and staying visitors in Hampshire in 2010
- The total value to the Hampshire economy, when including induced expenditure, was £2.67bn in 2010
- In 2010 60,500 individuals were employed in tourism related jobs in Hampshire, representing 9.2% of the county’s total employment
- 5.6% of the Gross Value Added (GVA) to the Hampshire economy (£29.8 billion, in 2007) could be attributed to tourism (£1.68 billion, in 2007)
A more comprehensive summary of the importance of tourism to Hampshire is available as a download (right). This includes more detailed tourism volume and value data, and accommodation and visitor attraction statistics'.