About this Section
This industry includes the provision of short-stay accommodation for visitors and other travellers and the provision of complete meals and drinks fit for immediate consumption. The amount and type of supplementary services provided within this section can vary widely.
This industry excludes the provision of long-term accommodation as primary residences, which is classified in real estate activities (section L). Also excluded is the preparation of food or drinks that are either not fit for immediate consumption or that are sold through independent distribution channels, i.e. through wholesale or retail trade activities. The preparation of these foods is classified in manufacturing (section C).
Industries within this Section
- Food and beverage service activities
Key industry statistics
The Accommodation and Food Services Activities industry recorded a value added of 33.8 billion TL in 2017 and employed 1.2 million persons, many of them on a part-time basis. The industry's workforce is characterized by a large number of working proprietors and unpaid family workers.
The Accommodation and Food Services Activities industry’s contribution to the non-financial business economy (NACE Sections B to J and L to N and Division 95) workforce was therefore much higher (7.43 per cent of the total) than its contribution to value added (3.68 per cent), while it accounted for an even larger share (10.01 per cent) of the number of enterprises, reflecting the small average size of the 289,272 enterprises in the industry.
Low degree of capital intensity
Capital intensity is an indicator of how much capital is used in production as opposed to labor. The level is stated as high, medium or low. TurkAnalitik classifies industries’ capital intensity as the proportion of total personnel costs to total purchases of goods and services. A high degree of capital ratio indicates that industry utilizes more of capital resources than labor resources in producing its revenues and vice versa for a low degree of capital ratio. TurkAnalitik classifies the Turkish Accommodation and Food Service Activities industry as an industry with a low degree of capital intensity as the proportion of total personnel costs to total purchases of goods and services is nearly 33 percentage points. The ratios for the sub-sectors, in 2017, were 37.53 per cent for accommodation and 30.71 per cent for food and beverage service activities.
Key market player: Etiler Gida ve Ticari Yatirimlar Sanayi ve Ticaret A.S.
Etiler Gida ve Ticari Yatirimlar Sanayi ve Ticaret A.S. (Etiler Marmaris) was founded in 2010, purchased the 'Etiler Marmaris' brand that was registered in 2004 and started the operations. In 2012, the company was registered at the Capital Markets Board (CMB) of Turkey and its shares started to quote on Istanbul Stock Exchange (BIST).
Etiler Marmaris grows with the franchise system. The company gives license with its own developed restaurant management. The license the Company gives entitles the operator to do their business operations on behalf of Etiler Marmaris name and brand. Etiler Marmaris is serving costumers in 15 cities with a total of 49 franchise branches and two operational branches in Turkey. Burger, toast, sandwich toast, cold sandwich, potatoes, doner & meatballs, breakfast plate, salads, soup and beverages are the main products served to the customers by the branches.
According to the financial results as of end of 2018, Etiler Marmaris. 's total assets, total liabilities, and equity were 5.6 million USD, 2.7 million USD, USD 2.8 million USD in 2018, respectively. Total net sales of the company were realized as 985,000 USD by decreasing 8.5 per cent in 2018 compared to the previous year.
- 1 Mar 2019
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