Culture eGuide | Indonesia

 

Dealing with Culture and Business Protocols in Indonesia

Indonesia is an archipelago comprised of 17,508 islands and derives its name from the Latin Indus meaning “India”, and the Greek nèsos, meaning “island”. With a population of 238 million people it is the world’s fourth most populous country. It has a predominant industrial sector (46.4 %) followed by other sectors such as services (37.1 %) and agriculture (16.5 %) that combined account for the country’s $ 1 trillion US GDP.

There are several negotiating tips that you will be able to use in your business dealings in Indonesia. Anticipating key objections and planning the types of solutions you can offer will enhance your credibility with potential customers. It is highly advisable to be patient when negotiating with Indonesians because of the complex decision-making processes prevalent in larger companies. Our Indonesian Social and Business Culture Guide will explain the communication strategies that will bring you success.

Our Social and Business Culture Guide Indonesia will help you get up to speed as quickly as possible.

Take advantage of this no obligation offer and learn about the key communication skills including:

[icon name=icon-check-sign]Successful cross-cultural communications

[icon name=icon-check-sign]Negotiating strategies

[icon name=icon-check-sign]Cultural intricacies

Other interesting information that you will find in our country business guide includes:

[icon name=icon-check-sign]Business opportunities in Indonesia

[icon name=icon-check-sign]Up and coming industries

[icon name=icon-check-sign]Established companies in Indonesia

In our comprehensive Social and Business Culture Guide you will find out why President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono declared that Indonesia will be in the top ten countries with the strongest economy within the next decade. You will be armed for success and ready to take on new global challenges.

Find out about the numerous business opportunities in Indonesia!

 

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