Cekindo helps its clients with business set up in Indonesia
The decision to set up a business in a new market is critical. Activities in the new country that involve substantial investment may lead to high risk because of different economic, cultural, political, and technological conditions that create major challenges.
Professional assistance is important to ensure that your business is set up properly. Just as every other market does, Indonesia has its own characteristics. Proper understanding requires deep insights into its culture, customs, and business environment.
Thanks to our local team and extensive expertise, Cekindo can advise you on the most suitable way to enter the market effectively. Cekindo provides services even for big company registration such as construction company registration in Indonesia.
We provide comprehensive consultancy services to guide our clients through the process of starting up a business in Indonesia.
Establishing a legal presence in Indonesia can be done in two ways: the Representative Office and Foreign Direct Investment – Limited Liability Company (in Indonesia called PT PMA).
To dissolve a company, a set of lawful efforts need to be done based on the Indonesian Company Law. Dissolution of a company in Indonesia should be resolved legally.
Without a doubt, the offshore company has become one of the best and most brilliant business tools for overseas investment and international trading.
In Indonesia, if you want to expand your business or distribute your product, you must apply for at least one of several types of licenses. At Cekindo, we can help you with all the licenses that are necessary for your particular business.
Product registration is one of the bureaucratic requirements for product distribution in Indonesia. Product manufacturers or Indonesian distributors must register their products before those products can be imported, sold and used in Indonesia.
Adequate knowledge and understanding of a new market are critical before deciding to enter that market. Successful market entry strategy usually involves extensive market study to understand the local market situation.
Small and medium foreign entities that prefer not to pursue Foreign Direct Investment may be able to engage in direct exporting by using a local partner to import their products or by creating a contractual agreement for projects.
Need further info about how you can set up your own company in Indonesia? Feel free to contact us for a free quotation on the process of setting up a business in Indonesia.
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