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QR Code in Pharmaceutical, Cosmetic and Food Products in Indonesia

Over the years, technology has been developing so fast. All new technologies are made and designed to make our lives easier, faster and more comfortable. Not only in our lives, technologies have also profoundly impacted the world of business everywhere and Indonesia is no exception. Amazing tools have been created so that we can have …

What Motivates Accountants to Move to Virtual Offices in Jakarta?

It is no question that the modern workforce in most industries, accounting is no exception, is shifting gears globally, including in Indonesia. To keep up with the rapid change, companies now make the switch and adopt the virtual office concept, especially in a big city like Jakarta, by transforming the workplace by moving the work …

The Importance of Legal Advice for Startups Expanding to Indonesia

Many startups expanding to Indonesia make the mistake of establishing a company without getting professional legal advice. They usually overlook the importance of legal compliance as once they have a great idea, they are busy focusing on getting their products or services out into the market the soonest possible. We agree that products or services …

When A Meeting Venue Matters for Your Business in Jakarta

In the business world, especially in a country like Indonesia and a big city like Jakarta, it could not be truer that first impression is critical and you never get a second chance to make a first impression. Meetings are best done in a professional meeting venue in order for your business to remain competitive …

How Do You Calculate Your Foreign Contractor Tax in Vietnam?

Foreign contractor tax (FCT) is a specific kind of tax in Vietnam. The tax applies to foreign contractors, entities or individuals, who perform business activities and receive income in Vietnam. FCT is not a separate tax but it combines corporate income tax (CIT) or personal income tax (PIT) and value added tax (VAT) for the …

Pay Attention to These 7 Aspects when Preparing a Commercial Contract in Indonesia

As a business owner, you should know that business deals in Indonesia cannot be based simply on a promise or a simple handshake. If you run your business solely on verbal trust, you are leading your business to unwanted danger. A thorough and well-written commercial contract is undoubtedly necessary in Indonesia to protect your business …

Real Estate Indonesia and Why Due Diligence is Important in This Sector

With a population of over 260 million people, Indonesia is the fourth most populous country in the world. The country’s rising economy and increasing middle-income group makes it a hotbed for investments, particularly in property and real estate. Investors have recognised this potential but many of them have found themselves struggling to acquire the best …

Mergers and Acquisitions in Indonesia: Current Trends

Mergers and acquisitions (M&A) landscape in Indonesia has been accelerating and the positive trends still continues. According to the Indonesian Investment Coordinating Board (BKPM), investments in Indonesia hit US$ 51.5 billion (IDR 721.3 trillion) in 2018, a significant increase of 4.1% compared to that of the previous year. In the Global Competitiveness Report, Indonesia also …

6 Things to Know about Indonesia’s 2020 State Budget

The parliament of Indonesia passed the Indonesian 2020 state budget in September, allocating US$180 billion for the government next year – a 3% increase from 2019 budget – to prevent economic decline caused by global trade war and recession risk in developed countries. As the world’s tenth largest and Southeast Asia’s largest economy, Indonesia has …

How Freelancers can Creatively Use Coworking Spaces in Bali

For many, it feels like emancipation to have a successful freelancing business without having to be stuck in the office all day. Working as a freelancer on your own terms also means less commute, less traffic, and more freedom that you have never imagined before. Apart from all the convenience and freedom as a freelancer, …