Setting up a Business in Bali
Why Invest in Indonesia, and where does one start?
Indonesia is a robust and emerging market, in fact one of only markets that showed steady growth during the global economic crisis of 2008. Among the 17,000 over islands of Indonesia, Bali remains the stronghold market for Tourism and Accommodation. Many foreign companies also operate successful businesses in Bali – in a variety of other sectors such as trading, manufacturing, restaurant and the service industry.
TRADING & INDUSTRY
RESTAURANT & CAFE
HEALTH & WELLNESS
Leave our consultation meeting understanding the answers to critical matters like
How can I own a business in Bali? What businesses in Bali are open to foreign investment? When can I start working in my company? How do I file business taxes once the company is set up? What is the investment capital for a PMA (Foreign Investment Company) or PT. Local (Local company)?
In an effort to remove red tape, the Indonesian Government has introduced an Online Submission System (OSS) in July of 2018 to simplify the corporate licensing process. This impressive feat has attracted over 7000 foreign investors in the first month of its launch, allowing Indonesia to jump up 5 places to number 36 in the world’s competitiveness Index.
With all the aforementioned, business permits are still a confusing and hazardous undertaking, in particular to newcomers who lack experience with Indonesian law and regency level regulations. Indonesia also has cultural peculiarities which, to an outsider, can make matters even more complex.CCI’s team of business advisers are here to bridge the working relationships with local land owners, village chiefs, and the local authorities. Citra Consultant Indonesia is here to assist you in setting up your business in Bali legally, with all the necessary documentation needed to ensure your success.
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