Register a business address in Indonesia


Establish your company with the right official business address in Indonesia, complete with all the documents, workspaces, and facilities you need. At Greenhouse, our goal is to give your business what it needs to succeed and grow in Indonesia. We have packages perfectly suited for a wide range of different sized businesses and have a keen understanding of how your intentions can change what you need.

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Our Solutions

Choose the right package for your needs

Virtual offices for smaller businesses or workspaces for growing teams in Indonesia. We also offer a variety of Indonesian business address options in a strategic location in Kuningan, South Jakarta.

Virtual Offices in Indonesia

Best for: Domestic entrepreneurs or small businesses working remotely or from home.

Coworking Space

Best for: Smaller domestic or foreign teams starting out or exploring Indonesia’s market.

Private Office Space

Best for: Established domestic or foreign companies kickstarting their expansion with a business address in Indonesia.

Benefits of working with Greenhouse

Ready-to-use home base for your company

You don’t just get an address — you get a real, fully-serviced home for your business in Indonesia.
Get all the facilities, services, and benefits you need for your launch, minus all the struggles and effort of doing it yourself.

BUSINESS ACTIVITY REVIEW

We’ll help you check the right address options for your business line, following local Indonesian compliance.

MAIL SERVICE

We can handle your incoming mail and notify you when we receive them.

COST EFFICIENCY

Focus your spending on growing your business, instead of maintenance costs and office upkeep.

POSITIVE IMPRESSION

Attract clients and prospects with a strategic business address in Indonesia with fully serviced facilities in case you need to meet them in person.

MEMBER BENEFITS ACCESS

Get over SGD 86.000 in discounts and perks from renowned brands, including SGD 13.600 of Amazon Web Services Promotional Credit.

ADD-ON SUPPORT

From incorporation to secretarial, we complete your needs with other essential services to help your company.

Resources

Get prepared to do business in Indonesia

Procedures, insights, and guides you need to know about
Indonesia’s market and regulations.

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Frequently Asked Questions


Here are the answers to the most common questions about getting a business address in Indonesia, asked by businesses just like you.

(Updated 31 October 2019)

You can work from home, but according to Indonesian regulations, you need to register your business in a designated office building.
We can provide arrangements so you can work from home but never miss any mail, appointments, or information from your business address.

No. If you register with a coworking space or private office space, you’ll get your own workspace that you can use. However, how often your team wants to work at the office is up to your own policy.
As a note, all your business correspondence will be sent to your business address. So, it would be more convenient to have at least one of your team members close to the address location.

Some businesses, such as construction companies and event organizers, aren’t allowed to use virtual offices in Indonesia. You can learn more here. As alternatives, these companies can register their address in coworking spaces or private offices.
Virtual offices in Indonesia are usually used by early-stage startups or service-oriented small businesses. Larger businesses might be better off with physical offices, not only for compliance but also to provide a better impression for customers.

As of October 2019, there are no government regulations that explicitly state whether a foreign-owned company (PT PMA) can use a virtual office.
However, if your PT PMA company deals in one of the industries that cannot use a virtual office, you will need to get a physical workspace.
Also, because PT PMA companies usually have higher capital compared to local companies (PT), they are usually subject to higher scrutiny from Indonesian authorities. For this reason, having a physical workspace for your team can help your company’s image compared to a virtual office.

Citra Corporate Services Manager,
Indonesia

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