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Open a Franchise Business in Indonesia

Nowadays, you can see franchise businesses everywhere in Indonesia. From fast food restaurants such as KFC and McDonald’s to fitness centre like Gold’s Gym. Franchise business is a business system that enable an i ndividual or a company to sell the rights to do the business with already registered brands.

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What are the benefits of opening a franchise in Indonesia?

Well-known Trademark

The franchisee doesn’t need to build the trademark reputation and image since the franchisor had done it.

Support from the Franchisor

Franchisee is able to get the supports and guidance from the franchisor in doing the business, including the training and advises in promotions.

Established Market

Franchisee can use the market that has been established by the franchisor.

Low Capital

In general comparison, franchise business needs smaller capital than setting up a new business since the franchisee is not required to buy expensive machineries.

Financial Convenience

Compared to those who start their own businesses, franchisees usually have advantage in getting bank loans since banks tend to trust in businesses with proven system.

Special Package for Starting a Franchise in Indonesia

Company Incorporation

IDR 39,000,000

Trademark Registration

IDR 7,500,000

Franchise Agreement

IDR 5,000,000


IDR 3,000,000

Franchise License

IDR 12,500,000

Bundle Rate

IDR 69,500,000

IDR 65,000,000

  • Company Incorporation
  • Business Registration Number
  • TAX ID
  • Franchise Agreement
  • Trademark Registration
  • Franchise Licences

What does Franchise Business legal documents entail?

  • Business Entity
  • Company Tax ID and Registration Letter
  • Business License or Permit (such as Business Registration Number)
  • Trademark Registration Certificate of the franchise
  • Transparent Financial Report
  • Franchise agreement which manages the rights and responsibility of both franchisor and franchisee
  • An NDA to ensure legal protection for both franchisor and franchisee

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  • What is a franchise?

    A franchise is a business model where the owner of a brand or concept (the franchisor) grants the rights to another individual or group (the franchisee) to operate a business under their established brand name and business system.

    In exchange for the franchise rights, the franchisee typically pays an initial fee and ongoing royalties to the franchisor.

  • How does a franchise work?

    Franchises work by allowing the franchisee to use the franchisor's brand name, trademarks, business methods, and support in operating their own business.

    The franchisor provides the franchisee with a proven business model, training, marketing assistance, and ongoing support to ensure the success of the franchise.

    In return, the franchisee adheres to the franchisor's guidelines and pays fees or royalties for the right to use the brand and receive ongoing support

  • What is franchise tax?

    Franchise tax is a type of tax imposed on businesses for the privilege of operating as a corporation or other entity in a specific state or jurisdiction. It is not directly related to the franchise business model. The tax amount is typically based on the business's net worth or its total assets and can vary depending on the state or country.

  • What franchise is the most profitable?

    The profitability of franchises can vary significantly depending on factors such as location, market demand, management, and industry trends. Some of the most profitable franchises historically have been in industries like fast food, convenience stores, and service-based businesses.

    However, it's essential to conduct thorough research and due diligence to determine the current most profitable franchise opportunities, as these rankings can change over time.

  • Which is the cheapest franchise?

    The cost of a franchise can vary widely depending on the brand, industry, and country. Generally, smaller or home-based franchises tend to have lower initial investment costs compared to larger, well-established brands. Some low-cost franchises may be in industries like cleaning services, mobile or home-based businesses, or small retail concepts.

    However, it's crucial to consider not only the initial investment but also ongoing expenses and potential returns when evaluating the affordability of a franchise.

  • What information is included in a franchise agreement?

    An agreement for a franchise is a legally enforceable contract that sets out the terms and conditions governing the relationship between the franchisor and the franchisee.

    It typically includes:

    1. Details of the franchisor's intellectual property rights (brand name, trademarks, etc.).
    2. The rights and responsibilities of both the franchisor and franchisee.
    3. Initial franchise fees and ongoing royalty payments.
    4. The territory or location where the franchisee can operate.
    5. Training and support provided by the franchisor.
    6. Marketing and advertising requirements.
    7. Length of the franchise term and conditions for renewal or termination.
    8. Any restrictions on the products or services offered by the franchisee.
    9. Dispute resolution mechanisms.
  • What is an example of a franchise in Indonesia?

    One example of a franchise in Indonesia is "Bakmi GM." Bakmi GM is a well-known Indonesian franchise that specializes in serving traditional Indonesian noodle dishes. They have a network of outlets across Indonesia and offer various noodle-based dishes with different toppings and flavors.

  • Can foreigners start a franchise in Indonesia?

    Yes, foreigners can start a franchise in Indonesia. However, there are specific regulations and requirements that foreign investors must adhere to when establishing a business in the country.

    Foreign investors might need to work with a local partner or register their business under certain legal structures. It is essential for foreigners to consult with local legal and business advisors to ensure compliance with Indonesian laws and regulations.

  • How to start a franchise in Indonesia?

    Starting a franchise in Indonesia involves several steps, including:

    1. Research: Conduct thorough market research to identify the most suitable franchise opportunity and target audience in Indonesia.
    2. Contact Franchisors: Reach out to franchisors whose concepts align with your interests and business goals. Inquire about their franchise offerings and support.
    3. Legal and Financial Review: Seek legal advice to review the franchise agreement and understand the terms and conditions. Conduct a financial review to assess the feasibility of the investment.
    4. Obtain Necessary Permits: Register your business and obtain any required permits and licenses to operate the franchise in Indonesia.
    5. Set Up the Business: Secure a location, hire staff, and set up the franchise following the franchisor's guidelines and standards.
    6. Training: Undergo any required training provided by the franchisor to ensure you understand the business model and operations.
    7. Launch and Promotion: Launch your franchise and implement marketing strategies to attract customers.
    8. Ongoing Support: Maintain regular communication with the franchisor and avail the ongoing support they provide to help ensure the success of your franchise.

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