Top trends of the Indonesian economy and society

Top trends of Indonesian economy and society

Indonesia’s fast growth and its opening to foreign business and technologies is the source of an important change in the habits, behaviors and aspirations of Indonesians. This interesting presentation explains how some major trends will impact the evolution of economy and society in the coming years and decades in Indonesia.

Top trends in Indonesia in 2014 – Summary and key points

Society and Technology – slide 5

Changing Lifestyles – slide 6

Implications / Opportunities:

  • New Fashion
  • New Advertising / Branding
  • Western Products
  • Products / Services for younger generations
  • Former taboos are gone
  • New Customer Engagement
  • New food and beverages

More on changing lifestyles: Indonesian youth habits and entertainment

Digitalization – slide 14

Implications / Opportunities:

  • Mobile Advertising
  • E-Commerce Business
  • IT Consultancy
  • Location-based Services
  • Big Data Analytics
  • Mobile Education / Health
  • Mobile Banking
  • Mobile TV

Social Media Expansion – slide 20

Implications / Opportunities:

  • Social TV
  • Advertising
  • Photo Sharing Apps/Services
  • New Networking Apps
  • New Platforms
  • Social Gaming
  • Big Data Analytics

More on Internet and social media: Internet and social media in Indonesia

Uprising Cities – slide 26

Implications / Opportunities:

  • New Models of Public Transportation
  • Relocation Services
  • Logistics
  • Estate Services
  • New Economic Zones
  • Domestic Travel
  • Construction

Future Timeline – slide 31

Economy – slide 32

Rising Consumption – slide 33

Implications / Opportunities:

  • Higher Buying Power
  • Luxury Products
  • Leisure Services/Products
  • Products for Middle Class
  • Automobile Industry
  • New Financial Services

More on the rising middle class: Indonesia’s middle class to reach 140m by 2020

Entrepreneurship – slide 39

Implications / Opportunities:

  • Look at local Startups for Ideas
  • Investors/Incubators are needed
  • Co-Working Spaces
  • Easy to Start, Fail and Start again
  • Fast Idea-to-Market
  • Computer Science Expertise

New Tourism Markets – slide 43

Implications / Opportunities:

  • Hospitality Industry
  • Travel Agencies
  • Construction
  • Rail and Bus Travel
  • Aviation Industry / New Airline Services
  • Increased Domestic Travel
  • Leisure Services

Informal Sector Transformation – slide 48

Implications / Opportunities:

  • Consulting Expertise
  • Real Estate
  • Construction
  • Food and Beverage Industry
  • Implementation for low-income group
  • Street Vendors

ASEAN Integration – slide 52

Implications / Opportunities:

  • GDP Boost
  • Geopolitical Changes
  • Increased Trade
  • Sustainability Awareness
  • New Synergies
  • Rising International Significance

Future Timeline – slide 58

Presentation from June 2014 by Thomas Klaffke

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