Register your own company
in Bali in 4 weeks.
Start your business in Bali hassle-free with our professional registration specialists. Enjoy our comprehensive yet simplified process for owning your business in paradise.
Start to set-up your company with us today
Trusted, reliable & transparent since 2006.
As a prominent business solution provider in Indonesia, our goal is to simplify the process of registering your business in Indonesia. We offer competitive pricing, streamlined procedures, and honest advice, which has earned us the trust of numerous clients.
How it works?
Choose a name for your company and provide two alternatives. Our team will check if the names are available in Indonesia's database.
Register for taxes and VAT. If your expected annual revenue is below IDR 4.8 billion, you don't need to register for VAT immediately.
Prepare, sign, and file the Deed of Establishment.
Obtain a Business Registration Number and License and open a company bank account with a reputable Indonesian bank.
Limited Liability Company (PMA)
& Virtual Office
Get your Limited Liability Company (PMA) registered with our comprehensive package, including Virtual Office services. Simplify your setup process and establish a professional business presence in Indonesia.
Company Name Check
Drafting of Article of Association by Public Notary (AKTA Notaris)
Submission of AKTA to Ministry of Law and Human Rights (SK Menkumham)
Approval and collection of your Company Incorporation (PT PMA) documents from SK Menkumham
Register your Company with the Tax Office
Collection of NPWP (Company Tax Number)
Registration and Collection of your OSS License Izin Usaha
Registration and Collection of your OSS- NIB (Nomor Induk Berusaha)
What is a PMA?
The most common type of company in Indonesia is the limited-company (PMA), similar to the LLC in the US. It requires at least two shareholders and one Director to run.
An Indonesian limited-company is a separate legal entity, providing protection from unlimited liability. In Indonesia, only the Director(s) can sign for the company, and shareholders are only liable for their own shares.