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More than 80 multichannel & eCommerce retail speakers

They will be sharing their experiences and learnings in mobile commerce growth and strategy at this e-commerce convention that includes free-to-attend exhibition seminars

3 conference streams

The three conference streams reflect the need for retailers to discover the different elements & channels of their retail business. Each track is designed for different job functions for retailers.

Meet new customers

With 3,000+ expected visitors at the show, you'll get to meet, engage and reach a diverse audience of offline retailers, online retailers, pure play online retailers, infrastructure services, and enterprise as well as government entities. 

Broader attendance at the exhibition

At InternetRetailing Expo 2018, we have aimed to broaden the attendance to include more participants from around the region with an expected number of 80+ exhibitors on the floor showcasing the latest technologies.

More content to choose from

Free-to-attend sessions at the Exhibition Seminar Theatre, where delegates will learn to build, launch and grow online businesses with the tools and resources to accelerate skills.

Guaranteed meeting with retailers

More than 40% of attendees at retail technology events are decision makers, coming to the show primarily to buy products and learn about the latest retail technology, including mobile commerce trends and growth.

Powerful ways to promote your retail company

Our commitment to marketing via various social channels allow you to engage your customers in the lead-up to the show. IRX Indonesia is the platform for you to announce new product launches and everything else that is newsworthy!

Wondering why we have chosen Indonesia to host the 2018 Edition of the retail technology conference InternetRetailing Expo? 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