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How to be Efficient when Working Remotely from Bali

Most people will definitely love to be remote workers in Bali from the very first day. Sipping coffee in a bamboo house and overlooking one of the legendary rice fields around Ubud or Denpasar—what a life! It’s for certain that working remotely has its perks—more flexible hours, less commuting, and more freedom. However, if you’re not a self-motivated person, th …

Co-Working Etiquette: How to Behave in Shared Offices

Imagine when you are working in a co-working space, a person a few metres away from your desk is talking and laughing so loudly on his phone without being considerate. Do you confront him and ask him to stop? Or being frustrated, you just sit and get nothing of your work done? If you don’t want to be the same person in the scenario, here are some of the courteous …

Virtual and Serviced Offices Promotion

The holy month of Ramadan and Idul Fitri are coming soon. To celebrate this blessed time of the year, Cekindo is offering a special promotion for its virtual and serviced offices in Jakarta, Bali and Semarang.  Virtual Office   If you are looking for a business address instead of a physical office space, a virtual office is your excellent solution.   …

How to Buy a Shelf Company in Indonesia Online

Would it not be the best and most convenient thing to start a business in Indonesia without the hassle of a startup? No headaches and surprises with your company registration and obtaining the right permits and visas. No endless waiting on documents and approvals only to find out there is still a document missing, prolonging the whole process of what you want to do …

Risks When Buying a Company in Indonesia

Establishing a new company in Indonesia can be a long and painful process. Unless you are strongly convinced of the bright future of your new business, and the expectation is supported by proper market analysis, taking over an existing company can be a safer option. However, as always, some basic precautions should be taken. Reasons for Buying a Company Start a busi …

When Is a Business Visa Not a Right Choice?

Choosing the right Indonesian visa is important. The wrong one introduces a lot of problems some of which can endanger your job and business. While you can get different types of visas, one of the most popular is the business visa. To give you more ideas about what it is, you can click here. What we want to talk about right now is when NOT to apply for one. Here …

Corporate Due Diligence in Indonesia: Risks Revealed

Buying a business can be a great thing! You will take over something that is already up and running, and in doing so, you will miss out on all of the hassle and headaches that come with starting up a business. At the same time, it is a big step to take, especially when the company is located in a far-away country like Indonesia. Not only you will need to obtain a vis …

Top Mistakes of Expats in Indonesia and How to Avoid Them

More people are now leaving their home countries and settling down not just in Bali, but all across Indonesia, either getting married to an Indonesian or starting a business in Indonesia. While expats can enjoy the steady business income in this emerging market and marvel at the views and scenery that Indonesia offers, leaving their countries and setting in Indone …

Myths and Truths about a Business Visa in Indonesia

While coming to Indonesia as a tourist is usually without troubles, the image of a business visa is still unclear. As a foreigner living or visiting Indonesia, you might not be familiar with all visa regulations. However, being unaware is no excuse – and do not be mistaken – the Indonesian government is not afraid to deport foreign nationals who violate visa regulat …

Home Office vs. Co-Working Office: Future of Indonesia

If you are a freelancer, a startup who can’t afford an expensive office, or individual with a job that allows you to work remotely, would you just stay at home to hustle, or choose a co-working office instead? The answer may vary based on your personal preferences and circumstances, and we will leave this for you to decide after you have read the article. What is a C …

Bali going online: Keep pace with Bali's expats

Online presentation is a vital part of any business nowadays, and companies operating or targeting clients in Indonesia are no exception. More and more activities have moved to the internet, and young fast-growing innovative commercial projects are popping up thanks to numerous expat communities especially in Bali. Expat Entrepreneurs in Bali Bali is an inspiratio …

The Complete Guide to Getting Your Business Visa in Indonesia

For companies and investors planning to put their money in Indonesia’s economy, here’s some good news for you. From the 72nd place, the country jumped 19 places in the most recent Ease of Doing Business Index report by the World Bank. It did significantly better in making it easier for businesses to get electricity as well as to resolve insolvency. Despite this tre …

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