Franchise opportunities in Indonesia

Popular franchise directions in Indonesia

List of franchises for sale available in Indonesia

Another World - Virtual Reality Parks Franchise Investment from $30,000
SAHAR&VOSK - Beauty Salon Franchise Investment from $30,000
Govorusha - Speech Therapy Center Investment from $16,200
SPA IZBA - Unique author's spa programs Investment from $42,000
Perspective 24 - Real Estate Operator Franchise Investment on demand
SLONVISH - Hypoallergenic Jewelry Franchise Investment from $4,500
GREEN BAR - Autonomous City Farms Franchise Investment from $8,168
UNIOX - franchise of the education Investment from $10,000
Intelacoin - Bitcoin ATM Franchise Investment from $39,500
Krispy Kreme - doughnuts and coffee store franchise Investment from $275,000
Orangetheory Fitness - fitness centre franchise Investment from $488,405
9ROUND - kickbox fitness centers franchise Investment on demand
Cutmann Kids - the First Children's Barbershop Franchise Investment from $80,000
Saber - the First Men's Hairdressing Salon for Boys Franchise Investment from $17,550
Friendly English - English Language Studio Franchise Investment from $4,700
Konkrid - Concrete Plant Franchise Investment on demand
Libertex - Forex trading franchise Investment from $10,000
ZAGA GAME - Full VR Immersion Park Franchise Investment from $12,540
HEAD SHOT - Network of Cyber Sports Clubs Franchise Investment from $63,600
AMAkids - Intellectual Development Academy Franchise Investment from $15,000
BusyFly - Sharing Electric Scooter Franchise Investment from $6,206
Chile Passport - Obtaining Citizenship and Childbirth in Chile Franchise Investment from $20,200
LUMERIKA - Studio of Laser Epilation and Cosmetology Franchise Investment from $40,000
Bustclub - Franchise of the Lingerie Styling Salon by Lidia Khuliganovna Investment from $83,000

Attractiveness of Indonesia for the development of franchise business

The Republic of Indonesia is located on a group of islands. The population of the country is 251.6 million people and 50.7% of them are urban dwellers. The capital and the largest city with a population of about 9 million is Jakarta. Other large cities include Surabaya (2.7 mln), Bekasi (2.9 mln), Bandung (2.4), Medan (2.1 mln), Tangerang (1.8 mln), and Palembang (1.5 mln).

Even though poverty, poor infrastructure and corruption are still common, Indonesia’s economy has made great progress over the past years. Key exports include oil and gas, electrical appliances, plywood, textiles, and rubber. Indonesia’s GDP is $1.237 billion and growing. The country has a low ranking in the ease of doing business category due to strict government control.

Franchise business has great long-term perspectives in Indonesia. Over 1100 franchise companies are present on the market, of which a little less than a half are foreign franchises. The most popular franchise sectors include food and beverage as well as education, retail and specialty convenience stores.

The rising disposable incomes of Indonesia (which is now US$6,901 per household) and a large segment of the young population create opportunities for franchise development in the country. The reasons for concern may include the poor level of transport and energy supply infrastructure.

There are high investment business opportunities, as well as cheap franchises in Indonesia presented for review, the choice is yours.


Julia

Julia
Official representative of Topfranchise in Indonesia

manager@topfranchise.com
+1 484 414 5197


Indicators of Indonesian Business Market

  • Capital: Jakarta

  • Currency: Indonesian rupiah

  • Education Index (2013): 0.603

  • Official languages: Indonesian

  • Per capita GDP (PPP): $12,432

  • Quality-of-life index (0-10): 5.54

  • Population: 251.6 mln

  • Total GDP (PPP): $3.257 trillion

  • Ease of Doing Business Ranking, Rank: 72

  • Gini: 39.0

  • Human Development Index (HDI): 0.689

  • Largest Cities: Jakarta, Surabaya, Medan, Bekasi, Bandung