Shared Office Space: An In-Depth Look into the Costs

When it comes to co-working spaces in Indonesia, one of the universal questions is, how much does it cost?

Here’s the truth: cost is and should be relative. Just because something is cheap must not mean you’re getting the best value for your money. To understand this better, let’s take a much closer look on the spending – and value – of using a shared office space.

The Cost of Rent

The prices of Indonesia co-working spaces can vary significantly. For example, between South and Central Jakarta, the latter commands a higher price because it is the main business and financial district. The charge also depends on your length of stay. Some spaces offer a per-day or per-hour rent. There are also others that are per invitation only or are supported by certain organisations, allowing them to keep the rental costs down.

Cekindo offers our co-working spaces in Jakarta for IDR 3,000K ($300)/month for 3 months. You spend less per month at IDR 2,000K ($200) if you use our space for the entire year.

Our flexible pricing makes it ideal and attractive to budding entrepreneurs and foreign investors that want to set up a local company in the country. Our costs are scalable depending on how fast and huge your team grows.

The Cost of Accessibility of Amenities

A distinct feature of a co-working space is the accessibility of amenities. Most of them are for free, such as lobbies, lounges, and Internet connection. Some may have mini libraries or unlimited coffee or tea.

As a premier business office, Cekindo doesn’t provide free bikes or entertainment, but we give full support to our partners, our clients, with affordable facilities on top of our freebies. We have working offices that can accommodate 1 to 4 people for IDR 600 ($60) a day. This setup is ideal when you want some privacy to do your work or business but don’t want to be tied down to a private office.

For presentations and meetings, we offer boardrooms that can hold around 4 to 8 people with rental rates as low as IDR 150 ($15) per hour.

Your cost of rent also includes the use of our office address, collection of mail and parcel, daily notifications, and mail forwarding through post. Investors can also take advantage of our FREE business consultation and assistance in creating your domicile letter for company registration.

The Value of an Ideal Location

A typical office in Jakarta can cost you around IDR 300,000 per square metre per month. It becomes more expensive when it’s within a new skyscraper in the heart of the district. For a fraction of a cost, you can be working in a very strategic location.

Our co-working spaces in Jakarta are in Grand Slipi Tower, which means we are within the “Silicon Valley” of Indonesia. It makes us conducive for startups. We are no more than 15 minutes away from public transport and only 50 minutes from the international airport.

Our co-working spaces in Indonesia sure provide you with significant savings when compared to renting an entire office in the capital. But that’s not their only value. You get the assistance you need to run your business smoothly, you can use meeting rooms not found in many other shared offices, and you have access to public amenities such as transport.

Cekindo’s shared offices in Indonesia provide you with competitive rates and the best value for your money. To book a co-working space or ask more questions, send us your enquiries here.

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