Global Business Guide Indonesia

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Business Advisory | Finding a Local Partner, Joint Ventures & Investment

Indonesia is a country that offers abundant opportunities but also far reaching challenges. The business climate can be difficult to navigate and is reflected in the country’s ranking of 129th out of 183 countries in the World Bank Doing Business Report 2012. Bureaucracy, restrictive legislation as well as Indonesia’s diverse cultural make up often make finding a local partner a requirement to enter the Indonesian market. For those seeking investment opportunities and joint ventures, it is necessary to identify local companies that are strategically positioned within your sector of interest and poised for expansion or diversification.

Finding a Local Partner

Global Business Guide Indonesia’s permanent presence on the ground has established a strong network of local Indonesian companies and business leaders from a wide range of industries that are well placed to work with foreign companies and act as a local partner. As part of its mission to build connections between local Indonesian and international companies, Global Business Guide works directly with President Directors of Indonesian companies and is happy to assist you in finding a suitable local partner should there be a suitable profile for your request.

Joint Ventures & Investment

Through constant intelligence gathering and carrying out of in depth interviews with local companies in Indonesia, our consultants gain unrivalled access into the opportunities to be found within the business community. Global Business Guide offers insights into the future strategy of these companies, their international positioning and what they are looking for with regards to investment, joint ventures and technology partnerships. Global Business Guide welcomes enquiries from those interested in Indonesia’s investment opportunities as well as in engaging in joint ventures with local Indonesian companies.

Please send your request to specifying what you are looking for and we will endeavour to get back to you with an appropriate contact. Please note that due to the high volume of requests, it may take up to one week to respond to you.

Please note that Global Business Guide Indonesia does not charge for providing recommendations and therefore does not undertake any responsibility for resulting agreements or disputes with third parties.

Indonesia Snapshot

Capital: Jakarta
Population: 259 million (2016)
Currency: Indonesian Rupiah
Nominal GDP: $936 billion USD (IMF, 2016)
GDP Per Capita: $3,620 USD at Current Prices (IMF, 2016)
GDP Growth: 5.0% (2016)
External Debt: 36.80% of GDP (BI, Q2 2016)
Ease of Doing Business: 91/190 (WB, 2017)
Corruption Index: 90/176 (TI, 2016)