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The intricacies of doing business in Indonesia will present a mystery to newcomers. Rest assured that there are many “seasoned veterans” that can assist you in your transition to your new job in Indonesia or assist you in making your business venture in Indonesia a success.

Expatriate Business Associations: Join an expatriate business association and get involved! A sure way to keep in touch with what is going on in the business world around you and get lots of help from other expats on doing business in Indonesia.

Foreign Investment and Company Establishment: Are you considering starting a business in Indonesia? Find out a bit about what is involved.

Business Consulting Services: Firms providing consulting services to multinationals ... all the help you need to build your business in Indonesia!

Sourcing Indonesian Products: Indonesia has a diverse manufacturing industry encompassing traditional handicrafts to high tech goods. Learn more about some of the companies that are exporting their products oversees.

Job seekers - Looking for a job in Indonesia: Practical advice to expats who are looking for work in Indonesia.

Employing Expatriates: Information on manpower regulations and visas processes necessary to employ expats.

Finding a Job through a Jakarta Headhunter: A veteran executive search professional shares tips on headhunters in Jakarta

Psychometric Assessments: An indispensible tool for Executive Search & HR Professionals 

Executive Search Consultants in Singapore, Hong Kong, Manila, and Australia: Contact information for major executive search firms in Singapore and Hong Kong.

Expatriate Compensation Packages: A discussion list of possible components to be used in discussions with a potential employer.

Expat Forum: Post your interest and availability and check out the job listings.

All It Takes Is One Bad Apple: The Value of Pre-employment Screening and Due Diligence

Management of Business Records in Indonesia: Help with the difficult decisions on how to manage your companies records in Indonesia New Article

Background Checks and Employee Screening: Learn more about how background checks and screening of companies and individuals prior to starting or closing a business deal or hiring new staff could prevent significant financial losses for your firm.

Legal Matters in Indonesia: If people do not have access to the law, they cannot know their rights. If people do not know their rights, they cannot demand the enforcement of their rights. If people are not empowered to demand the enforcement of their rights, they will be exploited and abused by those with access to power over the law." Learn more in this article.

Business Opportunties: Learn more about opportunities for investment in Indonesia

Serviced Offices: A viable option for new offices - hit the ground running with a fully equipped office from day one.

Social Accountability: What is your corporate reputation worth to you? Find out how the SA8000 audits can ensure that your corporate reputation is maintained and that your company's business functions in a lawful, humane, safe and ethical environment with respect to local and international laws and conventions are sound business investments.

Risk Management: Mitigating the risks of doing business in Indonesia

Cross Cultural Understanding: Learn more about the challenges of working in a cross cultural environment. Practical information and true life solutions from experts in the field of successful business relationships in Indonesia!

Corporate Taxation: An introduction to the broad framework of the Indonesian corporate taxation system and tax regulations.

Private Business Clubs: Enjoy the pleasures and privileges of one of the prestigious private business or social clubs in Jakarta. Network and meet other businessmen and women in your club.

Other Sites on Doing Business in Indonesia: Some internet-based resources for businesses.

Aceh Restructuring and Support Initiatives

Business Information: Information is a precious commodity. Good business information and advice can make the difference in the success of a company's endeavors in Indonesia.

Please let us know what information on doing business in Indonesia you'd like to see and we'll put it on our list for future development.

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