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Business Set Up

Business Set Up

A successful business expansion to Indonesia starts with a proper business set up. Leveraging rich experience and extensive network, we can assist you with company registration, business as well as import licenses, among others.

Business Process Outsourcing

Business Process Outsourcing

Our exhaustive business process outsourcing services ensure that everything is in compliance with the applicable regulations and laws. Hand over your business process to us for peace of mind.

Immigration Services

Immigration Services

Avoid tiresome paperwork and visa application process in Indonesia. Indonesia is known for its hard-and-fast rules when it comes to welcoming foreigners. You need the correct visa type to stay or work legally in the country.

Product Registration & Import

Product Registration & Import

Doing business in Indonesia will not be possible without registering your products and obtaining the right business and import licenses. Let us take care of the product registration process on your behalf.

Compliance and Secretarial Services

Compliance and Secretarial Services

Ensuring compliance is a significant challenge, particularly in Indonesia where regulatory change is common and sanctions for non-compliance can be severe.

Other services

Other services

We also aim at lightening your workload, so you can focus completely on growing your business. Our other services cover sales, distribution and purchasing areas.

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Understanding Differences between Semarang and Jakarta

FacebookTweetLinkedInEmail Being two of the most advanced cities in Indonesia, Semarang and Jakarta are popular destinations for foreign investors. Although there are many similarities between the two cities, each of them has its specification and anybody doing business in Indonesia should be aware of these distinctions. You might be wondering what the major differences between …

Online Single Submission System and Its Effect on Company Registration Indonesia

FacebookTweetLinkedInEmail Recently, the Indonesian government adopted several business-friendly policies to make it simpler for foreign investors to jumpstart their businesses in the archipelago. The results are, however, questionable. This article introduces a newly established system of company registration in Indonesia through so-called Online Single Submission System and provides a general overview of the most important …

KITAP: The Ultimate Stay Permit in Indonesia

FacebookTweetLinkedInEmailShare1 A permanent stay permit, also known as KITAP, is the highest goal for foreigners wanting to reside in Indonesia. Unfortunately, as for all things that many people want — it is not an easy thing to attain.   In this article, you will read everything you need to to know about KITAP — Indonesia’s …

Know your market – Bali vs. Java

FacebookTweetLinkedInEmail Indonesia, with its more than 250 million people, is a vast market. Although the country spreads over 17 thousand islands, the majority of economic activities is made in Bali and Java. To run a successful business on one or the other island means to be aware of some important distinctions.  Bali and Java – …

The Facts about Annual Tax Return in Indonesia

FacebookTweetLinkedInEmail ANNOUNCEMENT: In accordance with KEP-368 / PJ / 2020, all taxable companies (Perusahaan Kena Pajak – PKP) are required to create a tax deduction certificate (Bukti Potong) via the E-Bupot online system. In addition, all other eligible taxpayers are required to do the same (PER-04 / PJ / 2017).   It is the time …

Halal Certification in Indonesia

FacebookTweetLinkedInEmail 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 …