Why Attend

Indonesia is set to host our very first Future Commerce 2019.

Wondering why? You wouldn’t be surprised to know the reasons:


GROWTH IN ONLINE RETAIL SALES

Indonesia‘s retail sales amounted to USD $411.29 billion in 2014,of which 0.6% (USD $2.6 billion) are online sales. Forecast for 2015 indicate that online sales in Indonesia will reach USD$3.56 billion.

Source: Statista

                   

    

    

INDONESIA AND INSTAGRAM: READY FOR E-COMMERCE TAKEOFF

Indonesia is a country with a passion for social media, and Instagram is the latest platform being embraced by online retailers to market their wares...

Source: Click Z  

RAPID ECONOMIC GROWTH LED TO INCREASED SPENDING

Growth is expected to continue at an average of 5.8% until 2020, providing a solid foundation for new investment in the country and increasing the disposal income of the growing middle class. Online spending is predicted to increase by 40% in 2014 and 53% in 2015.

Source: Statista

FREIGHT MOVEMENT IN INDONESIA

“The positive forecast on GDP in Indonesia and improved trade balance spearheads an uptrend in the business for freight forwarder for the years ahead,”

Source: Gopal R, Global Vice President, Transportation & Logistics Practice, Frost & Sullivan


POTENTIAL OF MOBILE COMMERCE

Mobile phone ownership doubled from 12% in March 2012 to 24% in March 2013, with an estimated 71 million mobile phone users in Indonesia by 2015 and 16.2 million tablet users by 2017.

Source: SP eCommerce

INCREASE OF INTERNET USERS

Internet to hit 3 billion users in 2015 - By 2017, Indonesia will reach the top five, overtaking Japan.

Source: eMarketer


Indonesian E-Payment Gateway Doku Records $1.1 Billion in Transactions in 6 Years.

Source: Tech in Asia

 

HIGH HOPES ON E -COMMERCE

“Our vision is for eCommerce to account for 8 percent of the country’s total retail business in the next 10 years,” Communications and Information Minister Rudiantara.

Source: The Jakarta Post, 16th April 2015

Strong domestic demand is expected to underpin Indonesia’s GDP growth, as the share of private consumption is predicted to rise from 56% in 2012 to 65% in 2030. With more than 60% of Indonesia’s population at less than 30 years old, Indonesia’s demographic dividend, rising income levels and evolving modern lifestyles, promise a positive outlook for domestic consumption which is projected to be worth S$1.38 trillion by 2030   

Source : IE Insights Report Vol 13/Nov 2013: Indonesia’s Consumer Market