Date and Time

Wed, 03 Jun 2020 10:00 AM


Webinar Meeting

Indonesia is a country that contains great economic potential. Indonesia's large domestic market and talent offers a wide range of business opportunities for both foreign and domestic investors. With the largest economy in South-East Asia supported by robust domestic demand, the rewards of doing business in Indonesia can be vast. However, businesses have to prepare themselves for some challenges when starting a company in Indonesia, such as complex bureaucracy, unpredictable legal and regulatory environments, as well as different business cultures.

If you are thinking about expanding your business in Indonesia, but have no idea where to start, come join us in Talentvis' Webinar "Navigating the Immerse Jungles of Indonesia". This educational webinar is aimed to provide foreign businessmen and executives with the necessary knowledge and skills to effectively do business in Indonesia. The topics covered will include:

  1. Incorporation/taxation
  2. Laws such as company laws and employment laws
  3. Licensing needed
  4. Banking for company or for expat staff, and
  5. Hiring in Indonesia

Register Talentvis' Webinar "Navigating the Immerse Jungles of Indonesia" and be inspired to set up a business in Indonesia!

About Alvin Christian, CPA, FMVA

Managing Director at TMF Group

Alvin is currently Managing Director of Indonesia and Practice Leader A&T of South East Asia at TMF Group. He is also currently the Deputy Secretary General and board member at the Association of CFO in Indonesia. He is a qualified accountant (CPA) under CPA Australia, and a certified analyst (FMVA) under Corporate Finance Institute.

Alvin has a combined overseas and local experience of over 20 years in the field of strategic leadership, corporate finance, accounting and general management areas in diverse industries.

About Dewi Savitri Reni

SSEK Legal Consultants, Partner

Dewi Savitri Reni (Vitri) regularly gives presentations at the American Indonesian Exchange Foundation (AMINEF), the An-Najah Foundation, Hukumonline, and other legal seminars. She has written numerous legal articles that have appeared in leading newspapers and magazines and on legal websites, including The Jakarta Post, International Law Bulletin,, and

Her areas of practice include mergers and acquisitions, environmental law, debt restructuring and insolvency, automotive law, and civil and criminal litigation. Since joining SSEK, Vitri has advised major Indonesian companies (including Arpeni, Sampoerna, Wijaya Karya, MRT Jakarta and Pertamina) and Fortune 500 entities (Nissan, General Electric, Ping An, Ford, General Motors and Exxon, among others).


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