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What Can Employee Background Check in Indonesia Do for Companies?

In Indonesia, there are no limits on who can establish a startup company. However, if you talk to any business owner or entrepreneur, you will quickly learn that setting up a company requires dedication and due diligence or background check in Indonesia. Most of the time, entrepreneurs have the drive to venture into businesses in …

5 Must-Ask Questions when Choosing A Virtual Office in Bali

The reason you are reading this article is that you are thinking of using a virtual office in Bali for your business. Great! You are in the right place. So to help you narrow your options and eventually choose a virtual office that can support all your business needs, here are the five must-ask questions …

Doing Business in Yogyakarta: Reasons to Start Your Business ASAP

Yogyakarta is rapidly becoming the best choice of business location for most foreign entrepreneurs today. Many foreign investors have recognised the impressive performance that Yogyakarta has delivered over the years, especially with the fast growth of high-tech startups and digital ecosystem. Not to mention the precious ancient cultures, mesmerising historical traditions, stunning landscapes, young workforce, …

Latest Regulations on Halal Products Implemented by Indonesian Government

With Indonesia’s fast-growing Muslim population, halal industry has become a continuous ballooning market in the country. Therefore, the government of Indonesia has now issued Regulation 31/2019: Halal Product Guarantee Law. This new regulation replaces the various provisions previously set out under Regulation 33/2014. GR 31 was established on 29 April 2019 but gained popularity after …

Why do Singapore and Hong Kong Businesses Outsource Their Administrative Tasks to Indonesia?

Outsourcing is used to refer to companies that provide labour for other companies. In the past, outsourcing was mainly used for jobs that were not directly related to the company’s main activities. For example, janitors and telephone operators/ call center. However, the benefits of outsourcing make its utilisation more extensive nowadays. In practice, outsourcing can …

What Businesses are not Allowed to Use Virtual Office in Semarang?

These days, it is not uncommon for startups to run their businesses via virtual office in Semarang, Indonesia. The concept of virtual office has been around in the country for many years, and the advancement in technology has made it even more popular than ever. Particularly for these main benefits, i.e. huge amount of cost …

The Latest Changes to Work Permit Processes in Vietnam in 2019

The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA) issued Decision 632/QD-LDTBXH on 4 May 2019. This decision addresses the changes of employment procedures governed by MOLISA. For employers, it is critical to understand your responsibilities and opportunities when recruiting and hiring workers and be aware of changes in work permit processes in Vietnam. This …

What are the Benefits of Having A Virtual office in Semarang City Center?

It is important for you to understand the business domicile requirement in Semarang area to ensure your compliance while establishing your new business presence. In Semarang, it is forbidden to use a residential address for business purposes. To obtain a certificate of domicile required during company incorporation, a business address must be used. With that …

What is The Best Way to Start a Business in Semarang?

The rise of digital scene in Indonesia fosters the growth of startups and attracts more and more foreign investors into the country, especially in Semarang. According to startupranking.com, among the 1000 startups in Indonesia in 2017, 31% of them were actually in Semarang. Of course, the dynamic startup in Semarang wouldn’t be successful without the …