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Property Market Report | Q4 2019 Jakarta Retail

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A rise in supply commonly dampens occupancy rate. Nevertheless, there is a number of benefits when supply increases, such as more employment opportunities and wage growth over inflation, which in turn implies a confident business environment.

Nowadays, big retailers are experimenting with smaller stores, and millennials seem to be the driving force behind such changes. Millennials are seen to spearhead evolving consumer behaviours.

E-commerce and social media are becoming intertwined. However, speaking of digital-gone-offline business opportunities, pop-up shops are gaining momentum. Temporary storefronts promise to provide an experience that will attract shoppers to show up and make a purchase. To sustain themselves from such a dynamic market environment, retailers should start providing delivery service and becoming more efficient with smaller outlets.


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Property Market Report | Q4 2019 Jakarta Retail

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Ferry Salanto

Senior Associate Director

Research

Jakarta

As Head Research Department, Ferry is in charge in providing property market knowledge for internal purposes and for clients. The scope of sectors covered in the quarterly market report comprises office, apartment, retail, hotel and industrial estate.

In regional tasks, the Heads of Research of each country work together in providing regional market reports covering the Asia Pacific region and globally. Currently Research Department is not only operating as a cost-centre department, as he and his team have been assigned by the Central Bank to provide monthly market information.

On the consulting front, the task involves providing a wide range of advisory services to our clients. Working closely with Consulting Department, we help clientsby preparing feasibility studies to determine whether their property projectsare viable from both financial or marketing aspects. 

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Eko Arfianto

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I started working at property business since 2005 when i worked as Site Supervisor at Construction Management company in Jakarta. My responsibilities covered architecture design supervision of high-rise buildings. As an acrhitect, I worked with thousands concepts and ideas and also did cost estimator / quantity surveyor. I also did advisory for interior design works. Then i continued my working experience by joining with Colliers in June 2007 at Research Department. I started from the beginning at this business as Database Administrator. After spending 10 years working at Colliers International Indonesia, my current posistion is Senior Manager at Research Department. 

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