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Dominika Jedrak


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Professional Summary

Dominika joined Colliers International in 2011 at the position of Head of Research and Consultancy Services, where she is responsible for managing and coordinating the work of the department, carrying out of the projects for external clients, preparing reports, etc. Dominika is related to the real estate industry since the beginning of her career. 


EMEA award for Most Innovative Research for the Retail Gaps Map (2013)

EMEA award for Researcher of the year (2012)

Rookie of the Year (2011)


School of Hotel Management Catering and Tourism in Warsaw

Colliers University (2012)


Memberships & Involvements

Polish Council of Shopping Centres


Jeronimo Martins, PKP S.A., Volvo, Lodz City Hall, Poznan City Hall, Krakow City Hall, King Cross, Skanska, Reiffeisen


Service Lines


Featured Research

16 May 2022

Office Market | Quarterly Report | Q1 2022

The wave of new supply changed the balance of power in the office market. At the end of Q1 2022, for the first time, the total supply of modern office space in 8 major regional markets exceeded the level of stock in the capital.
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14 Mar 2022

Market Insights | Annual Report 2022

Despite the persistence of COVID-19 pandemic, which has a strong negative impact on business activity with lockdowns and travel restrictions in 2021, the uncertainty faded away and investors’ sentiment returned in a powerful way to the real estate investment market in Poland. CEE-6 region recorded EUR 11.1 bn of transactions what is a 4% increase in comparison to 2020 (EUR 10.6 bn). Poland has strengthened its position as the dominant regional destination with a record-high 57% share in CEE-6 followed by Czech Republic (16%) and Hungary (11%).
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Featured News

9 Sep 2021

Warsaw and Prague have started to see green shoots of recovery in demand on office markets in H1 2021

In the first half of 2021, tenants leased over 1.1 million sq m of modern office space across the capitals of the 15 CEE countries. The highest level of activity was recorded in Warsaw (249,300 sq m), followed by Prague and Budapest. The Business Services Sector continues to generate a great deal of demand and occupier activity and is one of the largest employment sectors in the region according to the “ExCEEding Borders - Office Markets & Business Services in CEE-15” report just released by Colliers.
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16 Jul 2021

Small Business Units (SBU) - stable market growth

Colliers, a leading advisory company providing a wide range of professional services in commercial real estate and investment management, has published a report Small Business Units: Small warehouses with great potential.
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