Shopping Behavior in The Indonesian E-commerce Market 2018

On its second annual publication, BEKRAF, in cooperation with partner research institutions including Snapcart. Statistics Indonesia (BPS), PwC, The Nielsen Company (Indonesia), and others, attempts to present insights and analyses relevant to the Creative Economy in Indonesia along with predictions for the future.

Here are the snapshot of shopping behavior in the Indonesian E-commerce Market 2018. The survey was conducted among 3,286 respondents in Indonesia in July 2018 through Snapcart app.

Download OPUS – Creative Economy Outlook 2019

Related Articles

The Shift in Consumer Behavior from Eating Out to Home Cooking – How Should You Adapt Your Marketing Strategy?

One of the most impacted sectors of the social restrictions imposed during the pandemic is the hospitality industry. Almost all businesses in lodging, food and drink service, event planning, read more →

How big is your brand’s opportunity in online grocery platforms?

How much is the pandemic tipping the scales in favor of online platforms for groceries? Is this online channel’s boom here to stay? Or will this boom be over as soon as the pandemic ends? read more →

COVID-19’s Impact on Indonesia Lifestyle

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the world sudden and drastic changes, not just in the health and economic sectors but even down to the daily lives of individuals as every part of life that has to do with being nearby another person is suddenly restricted. read more →

Is Indonesia ready for further easing of PSBB?

On April 3, 2020, the Indonesian government released regulations to implement large-scale social restrictions (PSBB) in order to slow down the spread of COVID-19 in the country. read more →

Sign up for more actionable insights

Stay up to date with our latest findings