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Significant Things to Know about a Business of Virtual Office Jakarta

Updated on June 16, 2015

Computer is a very smart machine. We’re free to do anything with our computer like playing games, reading news and stories, and even working. If you’re a loyal user of computer and you want to get more from your computer, you may want to start virtual office business in Jakarta. To start a business of virtual office Jakarta, you’ll need virtual assistants, customer service representatives, and also graphic designers. This virtual office business is a better business than service office business since people who are interested to start business of serviced office must lease or build a building first.

Even though this business of virtual office in Jakarta is way better than business of office space, you must do some significant things that will succeed your business. First, you must search and find contracts with the local business around you. Why local? Can you feel comfortable to deal with people you never meet and people you can’t easily meet when you need them? Of course you can’t feel comfortable to deal with those people. The others feel the same too.

When you start your business of virtual offices in Jakarta Indonesia, don’t try to be everything to everyone. Being a hero, that saves everyone, is not easy. If you try to be everything for all people, your business plan won’t be strong. It is better to identify only two to three services than providing numerous services, as long as you offer the services at high level. Besides, if you lead your services with your efforts and strengths, you’ll satisfy your local businesses. To help you matching your skills with the needs of local business, you can research local advertisements.

Now, you can start organizing your virtual office Jakarta. Even though your office is a virtual office, you must organize your own office properly. Complete your home office with at least an office desk, a comfortable chair, personal computer, smooth and fast internet access, also good quality telephone service that’s completed with call answering system. If possible, complete your personal computer with Skype so that you can make a video conference with your clients when they’re out of town. Just make sure your home office looks like a professional office in offices space.

And even though you’re not working in an office building, you’re not free from business license. Authorities in many countries are requiring virtual office business to get business license. Since you’re going to start a business of virtual office Jakarta, you must check if the authorities in Jakarta require you to get business license or not. Besides, you must check the taxes requirement. In some states, virtual offices that are selling services, not products, aren’t required to gather sales tax. But yet, you must check the rule about sales tax that’s required by authorities in Jakarta.

That’s all things you must know about starting a business of virtual offices in Jakarta. For more information and details, especially about business license and sales tax requirement for virtual office in Jakarta, you can meet the authorities and they’ll help you see what you’ll need to start and succeed a virtual office in the capital of Indonesia.


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