The SME Market in Indonesia

What is a Small to Medium Enterprise in Indonesia?

Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) are businesses that maintain revenues, assets or a number of employees between certain thresholds. Each country has its own definition of what constitutes a small and medium-sized enterprise (SME). Small and medium-sized enterprises in Asia are businesses with no more than 500 employees.

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The  SME Market in Indonesia

How big is the SME Market in Indonesia?

Small and medium-size enterprises play a hugely important role in the economy of Indonesia. They outnumber large firms considerably, employ vast numbers of people and are entrepreneurial in nature, helping to shape innovation and support local communities.

Indonesia has a population of over 273,523,615 people. At full performance the GDP of Indonesia is over $1,089,000,000,000 USD.

What help is available for SMEs in Indonesia?

Help for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Asia includes virtual peer-to-peer advisory boards. With our blended model utilising Zoom and supplemented by in person meetings we are able to support and grow businesses anywhere in the world. Our growing network of Regional Directors ensure that we will have suitable people to help you whatever your language or time zone.


Aceh | Bali | Bangka Belitung Islands | Banten | Bengkulu Province | Central Borneo | Central Java | Central Kalimantan | Central Sulawesi | East Borneo | East Java | East Kalimantan | East Nusa Tenggara | Gorontalo Province | Jambi | Kepulauan Riau | Lampung | Maluku | North Kalimantan | North Maluku | North Sulawesi | North Sumatra | Nusa Tenggara Barat | Papua | Riau | Riau Islands | Southeast Sulawesi | South Borneo | South East Sulawesi | South Kalimantan | South Sulawesi | South Sumatra | Special Capital Region of Jakarta | Special Region of Yogyakarta | Sumatra | West Java | West Kalimantan | West Nusa Tenggara | West Papua | West Sulawesi | West Sumatra

For more details contact: Mark Horner

Mark Horner

Better businesses mean better, more successful communities