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Work Permit in Indonesia from A to Z

If you’ve ever searched online for information about work permit in Indonesia, chances are you already know that if you wish to work in Indonesia, you will need a work permit. However, it is important for you to know that sometimes online information in regards to visa application in Indonesia might only be accurate at …

Doing Business in Indonesia: Institutions You Should Know

Doing business in Indonesia can be complicated for foreigners. Not only you have to deal with a different culture, but you also need to work with various institutions. To get you one step ahead, we are listing here some of the popular agencies. These are going to play big roles in the following processes: …

Hiring Talents and Manpower in Indonesia

Indonesia has one of the biggest populations in Asia. It is home to more than 260 million people as of 2016. A good percentage is a young, talented, and dynamic workforce. …

Spouse Visa, Spouse-Sponsored KITAS & KITAP in Indonesia in a Nutshell

Indonesia is sometimes criticized for having a complicated and ambiguous process of getting a visa, including a spouse visa, or also known as spouse-sponsored marriage visa. But one thing for sure is that this can be dealt efficiently with the proper research and the engagement of a professional consulting firm. …

The Facts about Annual Tax Return in Indonesia

ANNOUNCEMENT: Due to current public health conditions (coronavirus), the deadline for individual annual tax returns has been extended for a month to 30 April 2020. It is the time of the year again to file your annual tax return in Indonesia. Do not let the time run out and avoid a painful fine for its …

Indonesia in 2017: The Year in Numbers

Like other countries, Indonesia still has its hits and misses, but there’s no doubt 2017 was a robust year for the country. As Cekindo welcomes another year, we will also look back on some of the biggest achievements of the country last year. …

5 Ways How to Grow Your Business through Outsourcing

Outsourcing, also known as “contracting out”, is a business practice of having organizational tasks, functions, and operations done outside a company. They can be outsourced to an external company to improve efficiency and reduce costs. Outsourcing is known to be the passive path to growing your business in Indonesia, especially for startups and small businesses. …

Reasons for Unsuccessful Market Entry in Indonesia

So you want to start a business in Indonesia? You’d better get comfortable with the idea that every business is susceptible to failure, especially when you commit some irreversible mistakes that stop you from progressing further in the market. …

Accounting and Tax Reporting in Indonesia

It may be old, but the adage has always remained true and relevant: one of the constant things in the world is taxes. It doesn’t matter which country you go. In some way or form, you will pay it. …

Halal Certification in Indonesia

Halal industry in Indonesia has been seen as a gold mine for many investors. We are not trying to exaggerate things, amounting to 14 percent of the total Muslim population in the world is in Indonesia.  Among the 250 million people in Indonesia, approximately 88 percent of them are Muslims. As of 2017, 1.8 billion …