Exporting to Indonesia
Pages: 15 (3584 words) /
Published: Oct 23rd, 2013
ABOUT OS SOLUTIONS
OS Solutions is an Australian company
with its headquarters based in Brisbane, Queensland. As an international company,
OS Solutions prides itself by helping its clients build healthy business partnerships and relationships. Services provided by the company always contain accurate information that will help benefit companies business dealings and reputation. OS Solutions specializes in researching countries for our clients and making recommendations for company’s potential business ventures. In addition to providing information packages, OS Solutions provide in-service of delegates prior to departure overseas to visit potential clients. Through these services provided by the company an advantage is gained and a higher potential for future international clients is on an increase.
Expanding business dealings across the border of Australia and into other international countries can either be highly successful and beneficial or have an end result of bankruptcy. Rather than decreasing company’s revenue, OS Solutions strives to make beneficial increase in company’s revenue and total yearly profit. Although there are many benefits when trading overseas, one must remember that cultural differences and costumes need to be taken into consideration. These are crucial parts in trading internationally and need to be taken very seriously. OS Solutions prioritizes its clients before self-profit to ensure client achievement and successful trading.
Indonesia is the fourth largest populated country in the world and is located in Southeast Asia. South East Asia is home to more than 24 million people and Jakarta, Indonesia’s capital city, has more than 9 million people situated within it. Indonesia covers 1,904,569 sq km and is positioned 500 S and 120 00 E from the equator.
Indonesians speak various languages including Bahasa Indonesia, fluent English and Dutch. As a result of the several
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