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Opinion 

Not About Uber: Regulations Should Grow With Us, Not Against Us

Regulations, i.e. made by the government to apply in a certain country, are meant to regulate the way things are for the benefit of the many (and in most cases, the country as well). We are in a time where technology is increasingly often challenging rules and creating regulatory problems, since when problems have not existed before, how can they be regulated (or prevented)?

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Analysis 

Indonesian Consumers are More Confident to Shop Online

Online shopping is no longer uncommon among Indonesians. Not only for residents of Jakarta or the rest of Java or even Sumatera,  but also in places like Balikpapan, Sulawesi, Lombok, even West Papua. Obstacles remain in various forms and issues such as fraud still cloud the practice but the number of online shops launched in Indonesia shows that the trust between consumers and sellers on the potential of e-commerce in Indonesia keep rising.

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News 

Running an Indonesian PT: Basic Licenses and Hiring

We are currently running a series on the basics of establishing a company in Indonesia. The articles are written by Bakhtiar Yusuf, Managing Partner at Loys & Co. The first part of the series which discussed about the creation of a legal entity for a company was published last week. This week the topic is on acquiring business licenses and hiring employees.

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News 

Establishing an Indonesian PT (LLC): A Practical Perspective

Your business is growing, and you need to establish a company for taking your business to the next level. what should you do? First and foremost, you should ask yourself: Do you really need to establish a company? Why you should establish a company when you can run the whole business with your name as a sole proprietorship (or in Indonesian legal term, Usaha Perseorangan)?

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Opinion 

Five Misconceptions that Asian Start-Ups Have About Crowdfunding

Last January, Iqbal analyzed Indonesia’s crowdfunding landscape noting that the concept was slow to gain traction. 8 months later, despite some massive crowdfunding wins from Asia-based start-ups on international platforms, the number of entrepreneurs turning to crowdfunding is still low compared to the level of innovation that actually exists in the region. Why is this?

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