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McKinsey & Company in Indonesia
McKinsey & Company is a global management consulting firm that helps many of the world’s leading organisations address their strategic challenges, from reorganising for long-term growth to improving business performance and maximising revenue. With consultants deployed in more than 50 countries across the globe, McKinsey advises on strategic, operational, organisational, and technological issues. For more than eight decades, the firm’s primary objective has been to serve as an organisation’s most trusted external adviser on critical issues facing senior management. McKinsey started serving clients in Indonesia in 1988 and established an office in Jakarta in 1995 with a team of global and local professionals. Today, the office employs more than 60 Indonesian staff and serves private local companies, state-owned enterprises, and the public sector in Indonesia, as well as multinational corporations across industries interested in building their presence in the country.
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Indonesia is in the throes of a rapid transformation, swept along by its position at the heart of the world’s most dynamic economic region, rapid urbanisation, and rising incomes that will propel an additional 90 million Indonesian people into the world’s consuming class by 2030. Over the past decade, the economy has grown more strongly and been more stable; today it is more diversified than many outsiders realise. On current trends, Indonesia is on course to become the seventh-largest economy in the world in 2030 from the 16th largest today. If Indonesia can meet a range of constraints on growth, it can fully leverage today’s positive economic trends and offer businesses and investors a lucrative market opportunity.