EOSA classifies enterprises in 19 economic sectors to assess:
- The enterprise characteristics of a locality, e.g. is it
– a tourism town,
– an agricultural services town, or
– a professional services town?
- The entrepreneurial space that exists in towns and cities:
– which economic sectors are present or absent in the town?
– is the town at risk of losing economic sectors that will undermine its economic robustness?
Our data will assist you to identify how well a sector is represented within a particular town.
- Agricultural products and services (serving agricultural community)
- Construction services
- Engineering and technical services
- Factories (adding value to material sourced elsewhere)
- Financial services
- General services
- Health services
- Legal services
- Mining services
- News and advertising services
- Personal services
- Processors (adding value to local produce/products)
- Professional services
- Real estate services
- Telecommunication services
- Tourism and hospitality services
- Trading services
- Transport and logistics
- Vehicle services
As indicated in Enterprise Architecture the enterprises manifest in localities (in most sectors) in accordance to regularities. Below a sample of our research plotting the correlation of sector enterprises with total enterprises in more than 200 towns in South Africa: