The statistics is used by ministries and governmental agencies, regional and county authorities as well as private sector institutions and enterprises. Number of gazelles in Denmark is used in analysis of the development of young high-growth enterprises (gazelles). Moreover, it illustrates the creation of new jobs amongst these enterprises in the growth period. No user satisfaction is collected.
The statistics is used by ministries and governmental agencies, regional and county authorities as well as private sector institutions and enterprises. The statistics is also used for service tailor made statistics, where data are combined with different sources of data.
No user satisfaction is collected. The statistics are used mainly to service applications where for larger tasks, customer satisfaction is collected.
The statistics partly complies with the guidelines from: Eurostat − OECD Manual on Business Demography Statistics
The Danish statistics, however, differs in regard to the cut-off of 10 or more employees. Due to the experience that the higher cut-off is less suitable in a Danish context, the cut-off has been lowered to 5 or more employees in the start of the growth period. The cut-off is used so as to avoid the inclusion of small enterprises that may experience high relative, but small absolute growth.