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Understanding Benefits of Nominee Agreement in Indonesia

Posted 4.12. 2018 by Cekindo

There are two major reasons why business owners use a nominee agreement when registering a company in Indonesia. First of all, the owner may want to fulfil legal requirements set out by the Indonesian government; and second of all, the owner or beneficiary owner would like to remain anonymous as a shareholder and do not …

Find the Right Sponsor for Your Visa in Bali

Posted 11.04. 2018 by Cekindo , last update on 26.09. 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 …

Guide to Finding a Local Nominee in Jakarta

Posted 14.03. 2018 by Cekindo , last update on 3.12. 2018

With the recent steady growth of Indonesian economy and the new investment regulations from BKRM Reg. 13/2017 to make the foreign investments friendlier than it used to be, year 2018 is definitely a year to look forward to with the substantial in-flow of investments to Jakarta. …

5 + 5 Risks When Renting or Buying a Property in Bali as a Foreigner

Posted 7.02. 2018 by Cekindo , last update on 26.09. 2018

Staying in Indonesia for a long period will make you consider acquiring your own property in Bali. To obtain a piece of real estate as a foreigner living on the island is, however, rather a complex task due to the restrictive policy enforced by the Indonesian government. So is renting the best option or are …

5 Ways How to Grow Your Business through Outsourcing

Posted 31.01. 2018 by Cekindo , last update on 26.09. 2018

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. …

Learn from Mistakes If You Want to Start a Successful Business in Bali

Posted 24.01. 2018 by Cekindo , last update on 26.09. 2018

There have been thousands of clever and enthusiastic entrepreneurs who tried to succeed on the Island of Gods’; yet just a few made their dream come true. It is not a rocket science to set up a business in Bali. But, you need to avoid the most common mistakes many newcomers to Bali repeat all …

Expand Your Export/Import Operations with Third Party Logistics in Indonesia

Posted 16.10. 2017 by Cekindo , last update on 25.09. 2018

Indonesia’s strong economic growth, young population, and increasing consumer demand make it an attractive country to invest in especially in export import Indonesia. Despite the growth, ease of doing business, and fewer restrictions on industries you can put your money in, there are still roadblocks to conquer particularly in logistics. The UK government cites the …

Understanding the Local Nominee Agreement Indonesia

Posted 31.08. 2017 by Cekindo , last update on 25.09. 2018

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 …

The Comparison between Local Partner Selection and Local Nominee

Posted 3.01. 2017 by Cekindo , last update on 25.09. 2018

Doing business in Indonesia is both lucrative and challenging. In order to take part in Indonesia’s vast and emerging market, you can choose one among these three options: 1) Establishing a Local Company, 2) Establishing a Foreign-Owned Company (PT PMA), and 3) Opening a Representative Office. Each of the options offer their own advantages and …

Why Is It Important to Select a Good Back Office Provider?

Posted 11.08. 2016 by Cekindo , last update on 23.10. 2018

Outsourcing back office services is one of the hottest trends in the global marketplace. Almost every company has some type of back office activity that have to outsource  to a third party, which ranges from data entry through to payroll, legal services and the management of accounts receivable and payable.  Back office services have essentially extended …

10 Reasons to Use Virtual Office in Indonesia or Other Countries

Posted 15.05. 2015 by Cekindo , last update on 23.10. 2018

If your company is considering about business expansion in Indonesia, especially establish own company in Indonesia probably one of the first requirements which you will need to face is your business address. Since Indonesian government does not allowed to use for company registration purposes any residential area and your office address should be located in …