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Blog: Indonesia

Benefits of Shared Office Spaces for Therapists in Jakarta

Shared office spaces are much more than a future solution or an office alternative for startups in a big city like Jakarta. On the contrary, they are the solutions for businesses of various sizes and definitely present business resolutions for many organisations and entrepreneurs. It takes many dedicated hours to build your business and your …

The Pros and Cons of Customer Service Outsourcing in Indonesia

Outsourcing your customer service to a competent service provider can help you keep up with your customers’ expectations. You are building your business empire and setting the best goals for your company in Indonesia. One of the most important things you need to fulfill is to have an efficient customer service in place that satisfies …

Should You Insource or Outsource for Your Recruitment in Indonesia?

There is an ongoing debate about whether organisations should insource or outsource their recruitment functions when doing business in Indonesia. This debate sometimes gives entrepreneurs a headache when they have to choose between recruitment insourcing and outsourcing. A good number of them have no idea which is good for their business. We can understand if …

Trends of Coworking Space in Indonesia in 2020

Over the last few years, we have seen the rise of coworking space in Indonesia. Traditionally, coworking spaces are targeted at startups, freelancers and remote workers, but now they are being utilised by different generations and diverse big companies. With our workspace environment and technology constantly evolving, coworking spaces are transforming as well to keep …

Postnuptial Agreement and Mixed Marriage in Indonesia

When talking about mixed marriage in Indonesia, there are plenty of things to learn and understand. For example, if an Indonesian citizen marries a foreign citizen, the Indonesian counterpart may lose their right to hold a Freehold Title (SHM) of a piece of land since their foreign counterpart does not have the right to hold …

Why is Flexible Working Great for Both Employers and Employees?

In this fast-moving business world, workspace requirements for companies change frequently, including in Indonesia. A traditional office space lease can last between 10 and 15 years, a huge commitment for most business owners in Indonesia, especially if they have just started their entrepreneurial journey. A flexible office, however, enables a company to have their workspace …

How to Start a Tea Business in Indonesia

Starting a business in Indonesia by opening a retail shop is one of the most profitable investments that a foreigner can do. But what do you sell actually to make the most out of your investment? Selling beverage products, especially tea can be a good idea. Indonesia is one of the top tea producers across …

Due Diligence to Conduct before Buying Land in Bali

Before jumping into buying a piece of land in Bali, or anywhere else in Indonesia for that matter, you must conduct land due diligence to at least determine that the land seller is the legal owner and has the sole selling rights. We tell you why. Bali has long been a desirable destination for many …

Moving to Indonesia with All that You Love with You, Why Not?

When it comes to moving internationally to Indonesia, you may find yourself with all sorts of questions such as “How can I move my belongings and pets? What visa do I need to transport my household items?” A long-time expat destination and true melting pots of different customs and cultures, Indonesia makes such a superb …

Indonesia’s Negative Investment List to be Replaced with Positive Investment List

According to the government in Indonesia, a positive investment list, also known as the priority list, will be issued in January 2020. The purpose of the positive investment list is to encourage more foreign investments for sectors that are previously partially closed or fully closed under the negative investment list in Indonesia. With the increase …

Various Types of M&A Due Diligence in Indonesia: Which One do You Need?

If you are thinking of entering a contract with a new partner, or are considering a merger in Indonesia, doing your share of homework such as engaging in due diligence will provide you with the confidence and knowledge that you need to get the most out of the deal. Due diligence is an important part …