New Mega Trends in Indonesia

Macro-to-micro Implications of Mega Trends on Business, Society, and Personal Lives

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The research service sets the stage for visionary thinking by identifying and analyzing various Mega Trends in Indonesia that will impact and shape the country’s economy, society, and culture. For the purpose of this study, Mega Trends are categorized as urbanization, society, economy, technology, infrastructure, business, health and wellness, and top industries. This presentation would also highlight examples of projects, companies, and technologies that will invade and change the business ecosystem in the country in the next decade. It also provides an analysis of macro-to-micro implications of the Mega Trends on various industries in driving convergence of competition.

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Executive SummaryDefinition of Mega TrendsExecutive Summary—Top 10 Future Facts about IndonesiaExecutive Summary—Top 10 Future Facts about Indonesia (continued)Executive Summary—Urbanization TrendsExecutive Summary—Urbanization Trends (continued) Executive Summary—Social Trends Executive Summary—Social Trends (continued) Executive Summary—Economic Trends Executive Summary—Connectivity and Convergence Trends Executive Summary—Future Infrastructure Development TrendsExecutive Summary—Power Generation Executive Summary—Key Conclusions and Future OutlookExecutive Summary—Associated MultimediaResearch Scope, Objectives, and MethodologyResearch ScopeResearch Aims and ObjectivesResearch BackgroundResearch Methodology—From Macro-to-microResearch Methodology—From Macro-to-micro (continued)Definitions Used in thDefinitions Used in the StudyAbbreviation Used in the StudyUrbanization in IndonesiaMain Trends in UrbanizationMega CitiesMega RegionCase Study: Java CorridorSustainable CitiesGreen Residential ClustersMacro-to-micro Implications of UrbanizationSocial Trends—Labor Pool, Aging Population, Income Pyramid, Digital DependencyThe Gen Y Phenomenon—GlobalThe Gen Y Phenomenon: The Young Population of IndonesiaLabor PoolExecutive Summary—Social TrendsIncome PyramidGeo SocializationMacro-to-micro Implications of Social TrendsEconomic Trends—Economic and Regional Development, Economic Corridors, Manufacturing HotspotsIndonesia’s Economic GrowthEconomic Growth—Contribution of Investments to GDPGDP Composition by Economic SectorRegional DevelopmentEconomic CorridorsEconomic Corridors (continued)Manufacturing Hotspots ASEAN Growth and Trade AgreementsASEAN Growth and Trade Agreements (continued)ASEAN Growth and Trade Agreements (continued)Macro-to-micro Implication of Economic TrendsConnectivity and Convergence Trends—Connected Indonesia, 1G to 4G Roadmap, Indonesia DigitalConnected IndonesiaConnected via Mobile: 3G Subscribers in IndonesiaFrom 1G to 4G: The Roadmap of Indonesia Wireless Mobile TechnologyIndonesia Digital RoadmapIndonesia e-Ecosystem Macro-to-micro Implications of Connectivity TrendsFuture Infrastructure Development—Public Infrastructure Spending, High-speed Rail, Expansion of Ports and AviationPublic Infrastructure SpendingPublic Infrastructure Spending (continued) Future Developments in High Speed RailAugmenting the Transportation Capacity of Coastal PortsAugmenting the Transportation Capacity of Coastal Ports (continued) The Expansion of Aviation Infrastructure Macro-to-micro Implications of Future Infrastructure Development TrendsFuture of the Energy and Power Sector Trends—Power Supply Composition, Oil and Gas, Geothermal and Biomass Executive Summary—Power Generation Indonesia—LNG and Regasification Indonesia—Geothermal and BiomassOil and Gas EPC Opportunities in IndonesiaMacro-to-micro Implications of Energy and Power TrendsNew Business Models—Consumer Initiative Business Model, Value for ManyExamples of Future Business Models in IndonesiaConsumer-initiative Business Models Value for Many Business ModelMacro-to-micro Implications of Future Business ModelsFuture of Mobility—Integrated Solutions, Cashless Toll Payment SystemIntegrated SolutionsIntegrated Solutions (continued)Cashless Toll Payment SystemMacro-to-micro Implications for the Future of MobilityHealth, Wellness, and Well-beingHealthcare Industry in IndonesiaAsia-Pacific Healthcare sector Health Management EcosystemOverview of Healthcare Expenditure in IndonesiaMacro-to-micro Implications of Health, Wellness, and Well-beingBricks and ClicksIndonesia Retail SalesIndonesia Online Retail SalesM-commerce Revenues ProjectionsNew Retail Business Model: Convenient Store EvolutionCase Study: Seven ElevenFuture Top Industries—Manufacturing, Logistics, , Consumer Electronics Future Top Industries in Indonesia Manufacturing IndustryManufacturing Industry (continued)Manufacturing Industry (continued) Transportation and Logistics IndustryMining IndustryAutomotive IndustryConsumer Electronics IndustryDefense IndustryMacro-to-micro Implications of Top Industries in IndonesiaMacro-to-micro AnalysisUnderstanding the Implications of Key Mega Trends on the Indonesian EconomyTaking Mega Trends from Information to Strategy ImplementationLegal DisclaimerAppendixASEANImpact of Mega Trends on Cities, Businesses, and Personal Lives in IndonesiaImpact of Mega Trends on Cities, Businesses, and Personal Lives in Indonesia (continued)Impact of Mega Trends on Cities, Businesses, and Personal Lives in Indonesia (continued)Impact of Mega Trends on Cities, Businesses, and Personal Lives in Indonesia (continued)Impact of Mega Trends on Cities, Businesses, and Personal Lives in Indonesia (continued)About Frost & SullivanThe Frost & Sullivan StoryWhat Makes Us UniqueOur Global Client BaseOur Industry CoverageOur Research MethodologyOur Services

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