Dominika Jedrak

Dominika Jedrak


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Professional Summary

Dominika joined Colliers International in 2011 at the position of Head of Research and Consultancy Services, where she is responsible for managing and coordinating the work of the department, carrying out of the projects for external clients, preparing reports, etc. Dominika is related to the real estate industry since the beginning of her career. 


EMEA award for Most Innovative Research for the Retail Gaps Map (2013)

EMEA award for Researcher of the year (2012)

Rookie of the Year (2011)


School of Hotel Management Catering and Tourism in Warsaw

Colliers University (2012)


Membership Involvements

Polish Council of Shopping Centres


Jeronimo Martins, PKP S.A., Volvo, Lodz City Hall, Poznan City Hall, Krakow City Hall, King Cross, Skanska, Reiffeisen


Service Lines
Featured Research
6 Jul 2020
ExCeeding Borders - Office Snapshot
In this edition we have provided a snapshot of the office markets in 14 CEE capital cities. We explore some of the key trends emerging both globally and regionally as a result of longer-term changes, and those accelerated or brought on by the pandemic. You will also find a summary of the key Q1 2020 market results with year on year comparison, a selection of major leasing transactions and new office completions.
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24 Jun 2020
Omnichannel - from evolution to revolution
in the latest report: Changes in retail are accelerating | Focus on retail parks and high streets | E-commerce needs warehouses
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8 Jun 2020
Gliwice Office Market | Q1 2020
Office stock in Gliwice exceeded 93,000 sq m | Modern technologies and IT sector as a major stimulant for the demand for offices | An investor-friendly city.
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Featured News
28 Apr 2020
COVID-19 pandemic dominates Q1 on the retail market
In Q1 2020, approximately 50,000 sq m of modern retail space was delivered to the market. The construction of four schemes was completed: Galeria Chełm (17,500 sq m), Stop Shop Siedlce (14,100 sq m), Galeria Kupiecka in Otwock (10,000 sq m) and Vendo Park Jawor (6,700 sq m). However, due to onset of the coronavirus epidemic, the new shopping centres have limited possibilities to serve consumers, in the same as all large retails facilities in Poland.
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26 Nov 2019
Łódź – one of the fastest growing cities in the country
Warsaw, November 26, 2019 – Its location in the heart of Poland, with easy access to specialists, a wide range of modern office space and affordable living costs all mean that Łódź's business potential is growing year by year, and the Łódź region is considered one of the fastest growing in the country. In recent years, the city has evolved from a production centre into one of the main outsourcing and logistics hubs in Poland, which attracts not only large tenants and developers, but also investors.
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20 Nov 2019
Leisure and Entertainment motivate CEE consumers to leave the world of online shopping and go to shopping centres
According to the new CEE research from Colliers International, which looks at entertainment sector in 13 CEE countries , the leisure offer in shopping centres is dominated by multiplex cinemas and fitness clubs, but there are also other concepts that are being added to the mix.
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22 Oct 2019
Polish Investment Zone – first summaries
Colliers International, EY and the Polish Investment and Trade Agency analyse the situation of domestic small and medium enterprises over a year after the creation of the Polish Investment Zone.
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