Live and do business in Bali
Most of the Bali expat stories start the same way. A casual trip to Bali that left us with an urge to get back and build a lifestyle here.
Go anywhere in areas like Kuta, Seminyak, Canggu, Sanur, Ubud – and you’ll easily find a foreigner running their own restaurant, hotel, Airbnb rental, surf shop, etc. Or a group of internet entrepreneurs running their international business next to a rice field.
Our mission is to make starting and administering a business in Bali the easy part. There is plenty of bureaucracy in Bali but you don’t need to be an expert in Indonesian laws or tax code. We will take care of that for you. You can focus on creating the lifestyle and business you aspire to.
Register a company
It takes about 4-6 weeks to start a company in Bali. Tell us about your planned activities, shareholders and we will set up your limited liability company.
Tax and accounting
Send us your monthly transactions and employee salaries and we will make sure everything is calculated, paid, and recorded correctly. For most businesses, outsourcing their tax and accounting is a no-brainer – a monthly service fee is easily cheaper than hiring a full-time accountant.
Property transactions in Bali
Bali’s rapidly growing property prices make it an attractive investment opportunity. It’s also an easy way to lose a lot of money. We will check who are the actual owners of the land, what are the restrictions and zoning regulations, help you conduct the transaction, and advise you on a safe ownership structure.
After many weeks researching and contacting a dozen different agents, we finally shortlisted EMERHUB to help us obtain our first retirement KITAS visa.
One of the primary reasons we decided to use EMERHUB as our agent was because of the prompt and clear online communications with their Bali branch manager, Triin Tigane.
There were many other agents – with much lower fees – we had communicated with before our decision to use EMERHUB.
While doing our due diligence, we were not looking for the lowest fee … we were looking for a single person (or corporate team) we could easily communicate with on a one-on-one basis like a well-connected close friend or a trustworthy work colleague.
The team at Emerhub was extremely professional in helping us setting up our business in Bali, from incorporation to visas and now trademark registration. The experience of working together was easy and clear. We would happily recommend Emerhub to others looking for market entry support.”
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