• en
  • id

Blog

KITAP: The Ultimate Stay Permit in Indonesia and How to Get It

Posted 7.06. 2018 by Cekindo , last update on 7.08. 2018

A permanent stay permit, also known as KITAP, is the highest goal for foreigners wanting to reside in Indonesia. Unfortunately, as for all things that many people want — it is not an easy thing to attain. In this article, you will read everything you need to to know about KITAP — Indonesia’s permanent stay …

Semarang: The Future of Manufacturing Industry in Indonesia

Posted 5.06. 2018 by Cekindo , last update on 11.08. 2018

The number of manufacturing factories in Semarang, especially in its industrial parks and surrounding areas, continue to rise as both foreign and local investments pour in. This doesn’t come as a surprise as Indonesia has also become the 10th largest manufacturing nation in the world. The Potential of Semarang Domestically, businesses in Jakarta, Depok, Tangerang, …

The Opening of Co-Working Space, Virtual Office and Private Offices in Semarang

Posted 31.05. 2018 by Cekindo , last update on 7.08. 2018

From Sabang to Merauke, Indonesia is an archipelago with many opportunities and a huge market for successful business. When it comes to doing business in Indonesia, many of us will only think about some cities whose popularity is already known to businessmen and entrepreneurs across countries. These cities, which come to your mind as you …

Dark Side of Recruitment in Indonesia and How to Tackle It

Posted 9.05. 2018 by Cekindo , last update on 9.08. 2018

Smiling HR managers and satisfied employees – a perfect scenario of hiring talents which is not that common in Indonesia. Let’s look behind the scene and analyse the dark side of recruitment in Indonesia and how to tackle it. In light of the rapid growth of the Indonesian business landscape, companies and their human resource (HR) …

TOP Questions about Payroll Services in Indonesia

Posted 2.05. 2018 by Cekindo , last update on 7.08. 2018

Sometimes theory is not enough. Therefore Devi, an HR specialist in Cekindo, has answered frequently asked questions coming from our clients. Do you want to know more? Let us know by calling us at +6221 30 061 585 or send us an email at info@cekindo.com. You can also use our contact form. We will be …

An In-Depth Guide to Representative Offices in Indonesia

Posted 26.04. 2018 by Cekindo , last update on 9.08. 2018

To simplify the investments for foreigners in Indonesia, the Indonesia Investment Coordinating Board (Badan Koordinasi Penanaman Modal “BKPM”) has just announced the implementation of two new groups of regulations on investments. One of the rules related to Regulation No. 13/2017 on The Guidelines and Procedure for Capital Investment Licensing and Facilities is the changes in …

Cekindo Offices in Indonesia: Differences and Benefits

Posted 24.04. 2018 by Cekindo , last update on 7.08. 2018

Demand for private, virtual, and co-working offices has been gaining momentum in the last few years, for all entrepreneurs, startups and bigger business are looking for more flexible options. …

How to Set Up a Non-Profit Organisation in Bali

Posted 18.04. 2018 by Cekindo , last update on 7.08. 2018

Setting up a non-profit organisation (NPO) in Bali is a noble goal. Making it into a reality, however, can be challenging and confusing, especially if you’re a foreign individual or entity. The laws can set restrictions on the types of NPOs and even the body that composes them. They can also have some inconsistencies. …

Revising Unattractive Tax Incentives in Indonesia

Posted 12.04. 2018 by Cekindo , last update on 7.08. 2018

Tax incentives are implemented to give taxpayers and investors direct benefits to take a particular action. This is widely seen for governments to encourage companies to invest and develop infrastructure in Indonesia. …

Find the Right Sponsor for Your Visa in Bali

Posted 11.04. 2018 by Cekindo , last update on 7.08. 2018

Bali is one of the most beautiful and bustling provinces in Indonesia. Although agriculture remains to be its biggest employer, it thrives because of tourism. It also boasts a good air connection with many countries in the Asia-Pacific region. The combination of a more laid-back lifestyle and commercialism make it attractive for a lot of …