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Dominika Jedrak | Colliers | Warsaw

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

6 May 2021

Market Insights | Q1 2021

The retail sector is not giving up | High supply of new office space in Warsaw | Nearshoring and digitization - the driving forces of the I&L market.
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17 Mar 2021

Market Insights |Office Market| Extended Annual Report 2021

Nearly 11.7 million sqm. of modern office space in Poland | New supply in Warsaw almost doubled | Activity among developers remains high – 1.25 million sqm. is currently under construction
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12 Mar 2021

Market Insights |Industrial Market| Extended Annual Report 2021

Record high demand in Upper Silesia | Central Poland with the highest decrease in vacancy rate | Western Poland targeted by developers and tenants.
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Featured News

17 Dec 2020

"ExCEEding Borders | CEE-17 Retail in the times of the Pandemic” just released by Colliers International

The COVID-19 pandemic has disrupted both the operation and development of retail real estate markets worldwide, as well as in the CEE-17 countries.
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8 Oct 2020

The I&L sector in the CEE-17 has become one of the most sought-after asset types since 2019, after Offices and Residential according to Colliers International, CMS and Randstad

The report revealed that some of the key challenges in this sector include the availability of land and property in locations that meet both the developers and end-user expectations, along with the availability and reliability of utilities, connectivity to transport infrastructure, the availability and skills of the labour pool, and access to investment incentives.
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