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Top 8 FAQs on Virtual Offices: Part 2

Continuing the previous article about FAQs of virtual office in Indonesia 4. What Are the Benefits of a Virtual Office? Besides cost savings, more people are choosing a virtual office in Indonesia for the following reasons: Increased Productivity – Don’t waste hours being stuck in traffic. You can do your business anytime and anywhere. You …

Top 8 FAQs on Virtual Offices

Here are the first 3 FAQs about virtual office in Indonesia 1. What Is a Virtual Office? There are many ways to define a virtual office. It is telecommuting or remote work. In this setting, employees and business owners don’t have to report to a physical office. Instead, they can perform their jobs in their …

Part 2: The Challenges of Doing Business in Indonesia and How to Tackle Them

In the first part of the article, we discussed the first two challenges of doing business in Indonesia – foreign ownership limitations and the complex government regulations. Here, we will be discussing three more of these major challenges and how best to tackle them.   3. Elaborate Taxation System Taxation regulations in the country apply …

The Challenges of Doing Business in Indonesia and How to Tackle Them: Part 1

As the largest economy in Southeast Asia, Indonesia has a total GDP of USD888 million with target GDP growth set at 5.2 percent. The archipelago was ranked 91th out of 189 countries in the Ease of Doing Business 2017 report. Indonesia certainly draws attention to many foreigners looking to establish their businesses in the country. …

6 (Small) Business Opportunities to Venture into in Indonesia

Indonesia is one of the strongest economies in the Southeast Asian region and the 16th largest economy in the world. The country is looking at a steady growth of 5.8% GDP in the past 10 years. By 2030, it is projected that Indonesia will be the seventh strongest economy in the world. Due to that …

Recruitment and Hiring 101

Indonesia is one of Southeast Asia’s most progressive countries with a steady growth of 5.8% GDP over the last 10 years. As a matter of fact, Indonesia will be the top 7th strongest economy in the world by 2030. The country is also a major exporter of essential raw materials and commodities such as crude …

Understanding Local Nominee Agreement in Indonesia

Are you a foreign company who’s interested to invest in Indonesia? To attract more foreign investors, the government eases its regulations and restrictions in some of its industries. Further, the country is teeming with great talent and an excellent mixture of both local and foreign companies. In general, however, setting up a company in Indonesia …

Trademark Registration in Indonesia Simplified

The term trademark is generally defined as anything that distinctly separates a person, a firm or legal entity. It differentiates one from others through designs, symbols, colors, graphics, words, or thereof. Through trademark registration, the owner’s rights are protected and he can file legal action against unauthorized use of the trademark. A trademark serves as a legal …

Export Import License that Your Company Should Have

Does your company have the right and proper export import license? Indonesia is one of the strongest economies in the Southeast Asia region. Its economic growth is pegged at a steady rate of 5.8% increase within the last 10 years with all its companies required to secure export license Indonesia. Its economy is stable enough …

What Is a Shelf Company and What Does It Do?

Although doing business in Indonesia is getting easier, it still has a lot of room for improvement. It still takes weeks to complete a business registration. Moreover, the complexity of the investment rules and regulations especially on foreign ownership makes it challenging to start a business more conveniently. Therefore, Cekindo provides one of the quickest …

Reasons to Register Cosmetic Products Line You’re Selling in Indonesia

Indonesia’s cosmetic market currently amounts to more than $1.5 billion. While, Indonesian halal cosmetic products gain a steady growth of up to 20% annually. 86% of Indonesia’s population is Muslim and the halal certification for imported products will soon be implemented. It is not surprising why halal cosmetic products are continually in demand in the …

Indonesia’s Halal Industry: Redefining Traditions in Travel, Fashion, and Business

Despite the recognition for being the world’s largest Muslim-majority country, Indonesia has not developed its halal industry well. Indonesian market holds a great potential. Noting this critical oversight, Southeast Asian startups are now zeroing in on the Muslim market.   A study conducted by the Center of Reform on Economics (CORE) Indonesia said Muslims and …