Importing goods to Indonesia is definitely a hot topic. Our previous blog posts about import licenses and undername import are among the most read articles we’ve written.
Remko Weingarten runs a mobile applications and website development company in Indonesia. Originally from the Netherlands, Remko has become one of Indonesia’s most recognized developers for BlackBerry and Android platforms, hosting his own forum and managing a successful company from Bekasi.
Indonesia’s trade balance was in a deficit for the first time in 2012. In this article we will look into three major reasons behind such historical change. In the following weeks we will go more into details and analyze the Indonesia’s import and export statistics. We hope to provide valuable information for investors and trading […]
Finnish company Metso is a global giant with annual net sales of over 7.5 billion euros. Their industries include services in the process industries, including mining, construction, recycling, pulp and paper, power and oil and gas. We met with Metso’s general manager for Indonesia, Mika Ollikainen, to talk about how Metso came to Indonesia and […]
Ani Lee is a young and ambitious entrepreneur from China with a dream to build the best language teaching center brand in Indonesia. She came to Indonesia in 2006 with a scholarship to study and has stayed here ever since.
Chee Hou came to Indonesia 10 years ago as a software engineer from Malaysia. He returned in 2010 to start brand activation agency PiEE Internasional.
Malcolm Llewellyn is Indonesian cement business veteran, having lived here for over 30 years. Nowadays he is managing his own cement consulting firm Nusa Prima Persada. When most other expats left in 1998, he stayed.
For the next few weeks Emerhub’s co-founder Marlissa Dessy will reply every Friday one commonly asked question by foreign entrepreneurs. She will focus on the aspects especially confusing for foreigners, this week talking about minimum paid up capital.
Indonesian’s construction sector grew 7.2% last year and according to Business Monitor International is expected to keep the pace in 2013. In this article we look at the ownership restrictions and construction service business license required for the foreign owned companies
Nowadays you can read almost every day how another multinational is bringing its millions of dollars to Indonesia. But what if you are looking to start a small business in Indonesia? Let’s look at some of the obstacles and potential solutions.