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Nominee Company and Villa Rentals in Bali

Having one or more types of passive income is one of the ultimate goals that everyone wants to achieve. There is no doubt that starting a villa rental business in Bali could help foreigners reach that goal. Over the years, villa rental in Bali has become one of the most popular businesses on the island …

Issues with Finding Suppliers in Indonesia and How to Tackle Them

There is an option for foreign investors to do business in Indonesia without establishing a foreign direct investment company. It is by finding local supplier in Indonesia to import and distribute your goods to your country through direct exporting. However, it is not always easy for foreigners to deal with Indonesian suppliers due to Indonesian …

How to Use Undername Import in Indonesia

Are you planning to import goods and products to Indonesia? If you are going to do this on your own, you should prepare yourself for some bureaucratic red tape. Indonesia takes trading compliances seriously, including import and export regulations. Not only you have to secure an Import License via OSS, but you also need to …

Benefits of PEO Outsourcing in Indonesia

Today, business owners and entrepreneurs in Indonesia know that every dollar and every minute counts when it comes to running a business. As your business in Indonesia grows, your HR demands can pile up, and you will be overload with employee’s paperwork. There is also a chance that your company struggle to attract and retain …

New Negative Investment List Opens 54 Sectors to Foreigners

In order to boost foreign and domestic investments in Indonesia, the government of Indonesia is going to update the Negative Investment List (NIL), which was last amended in 2016. Reasons for the Change? The new list was announced in November 2018 as part of the 16th economic policy package by the Coordinating Ministry for Economic …

Discover Indonesia’s Real Estate Potential with a Property Agent

With economy rising at an impressive pace and increasing middle-class presence in Indonesia, there are thousands and millions of homebuyers, building and office space buyers currently seeking for the perfect spot. As a result, Indonesia’s real estate property sector presents enormous business opportunities for investors to dive into — only if you know how and …

The Benefits of Nominee Agreement in Indonesia

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 anonymousas a shareholder and do not want …

Find the Right Sponsor for Your Visa in Bali

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 …

Finding a Local Nominee in Jakarta

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

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

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. …