Every country has specific rule and regulation regarding business activity and employment. For example, Indonesia government will urge international companies to have legal office or representative if they decide to do business in Indonesia. For such office, all activities and employments will be similar to what local companies do. However, this is not simple thing because opening new branch and office takes time and effort. Furthermore, study showed that Indonesia is still not friendly with foreign investors.
How do you overcome such situation? In general, two options are available. Firstly, your company hires private service to manage all necessary permits. For your information, you need at least 15 documents just for one field business. This number increases when deciding to expand it. Having legal department on your own is good, but private service has experience in this area. You just wait until everything is done properly. Meanwhile, the second option is to work with local company. This is another idea that seems possible because regulation stated this rule. Foreign company may create joint venture to have branch or office in Indonesia. With support from local company, you do not have to worry about permit. This is the right solution when doing business in Indonesia.
So, which one is better? Both have pros and cons, but there is service that can do both. This is where you look into what Permitindo can do. The service is varied, depending on what clients want and need. If you only need handling permit and submitting document, Permitindo will do it quickly and efficiently. If you do not have time to open new branch in Indonesia, Permitindo will handle all daily basis using local resource. Clients only focus on the core business and products, including marketing and sales, but it’s still legal for doing business in Indonesia.