A virtual office is a service that allows you to register office buildings as your official business address while still having your daily operations somewhere else. It’s very popular in Indonesia, especially for businesses that are just starting out. The Indonesian government specifically allows and regulates virtual offices to make it easier for people to set up companies.
To set up a legal entity, businesses in Indonesia have to register in a designated commercial area and not – for example – residences. With virtual offices, businesses can fulfill this rule while also saving costs compared to using physical offices. This is especially helpful to smaller businesses or those that focus more on fieldwork rather than office work.
Are There Companies That Have to use Physical Office Spaces?
Even though most types of local companies are free to use virtual offices, the Indonesian government requires some categories to set up legal entities with physical office spaces.
What if I Can’t Use a Virtual Office?
If your type of company is restricted in some way, the best long-term option is a physical office space.
A serviced office allows you to enjoy all the legal and practical benefits of your own office, with more flexibility and fewer costs. If you’re still worried about long-term spending, you can try a place that charges per person and not by room or square meter.
If you feel that office spaces aren’t a suitable investment, a good alternative would be a dedicated desk in a coworking space. This fulfills the physical space requirement while also being a flexible and
cost-efficient solutions like virtual offices.
However, this depends on many factors like your current budget, business plan, and business field.
We advise you to consult with experienced business consultants before deciding what service to use.
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