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1 1 Gender Budgeting within the framework of the Economic Development Policy of the City of Munich Daniela Weidlich Dep. of Labour and Economic Development City of Munich arbeitundwirtschaft

2 2 Overview Analysis with indicator development in the three subdivisions -Munich Employment and Qualification Programme (MBQ) -Munich Fund - Support for the setting up of Start Ups -Promotion of tourism - placement of sales stands at the Munich Christmas Market, Marienplatz

3 3 Munich Employment and Qualification Programme (MBQ) (1) MBQ a programme against long-term unemployment -104 projects by independent agencies -municipal funds: 25 mio - with about persons promoted The analysis was limited to 24 projects with a budget of 10 mio and about 1000 persons -data and secondary analysis for the development of indicators / criteria to evaluate the projects according to gender-related effects and orientation

4 4 Munich Employment and Qualification Programme (MBQ) (2) The most important results: In the projekts we have the same gender spezific segregation than in the normal labour market; in the leading positions of the projects we find much more men, the sectors of occupation are typically for men and women women in the projects have more problematic situations than men; women over 46 are underrepresented in the projects, in generelly the female participants are younger than men

5 5 Munich Fund - Support for the Setting up of New Businesses (1) Programme in cooperation with the Munich Savings Bank to secure loans up to per company Term: up to 10 years, grace period: up to 2 years The City of Munich assicures 70% of the liability for the loan

6 6 How the financing influences the chances of survival of start-ups

7 7 Munich Fund - Support for the Setting up of New Businesses (3) -102 persons were promoted, 61 % men - 39% (40) women, -57 % of female founders and 50 % of male founders are still in business -12 % of the women and 29 % of the men gave up their business. -15 % loans could not be repaid, 5 % by women and 21% by male founders -Women need less capital, but after 1 year the profits per one euro is for female founders 25 % higher than for male founders

8 8 Munich Fund - Investment, Capital, Loan – females and males -- ( average value )(4) female founders male founders Investment Required resources Capital required Loan approved Own Capital

9 9 Munich Fund - Turnover and Profit after one or two years (5) female start ups male start ups Turnover after 1 year Turnover after 2 years Profit after 1 year Total profit 2 years

10 10 The placement of sales stands at the Munich Christmas Market, Marienplatz – female - male, or familiy business ?

11 11 The placement of sales stands at the Munich Christmas Market, Marienplatz (1) Background: 150 stands, about 500 applicants / year Selection criteria of female and male stand operators and applicants by the Munich Tourist Office admission criteria (not fixed in writing): known and well proven

12 12 Placement of sales stands at the Munich Christmas Market, Marienplatz (2) -Totally 151 stands in % female stand owners -23% male stand owners -43 % families and not clearly assignable stand owners

13 13 Placement of sales stands at the Munich Christmas Market, Marienplatz (3) Aim of the analysis: Examination of the effect of placement and selection criteria under the aspect of gender-related fairness Needs of female and male customers (satisfaction with offer and pricing, accessibility of the market, childcare service...)

14 14 Thank you for your attention!


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