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Google Ready to Open Office in Indonesia

The search giant is all set to launch its office in the Indonesia, as the search giant is sending invitations for the official opening ceremony scheduled for March 30. On Friday, the company will officially open its office in Indonesia after a prolonged delay.

The event will be held in the Kuningan district of Jakarta and is hoped to be attended by two ministers, Dr. Mari E. Pangestu, minister of travel & creative economy and Gita Wirjawan, Minister of trade. As far as details provided by the search giant, the pair will talk about the importance of Google’s onset and significance of its presence for the Internet industry in the country.

The Managing Director for Google Southeast Asia, Julian Persaud, is given the task to handle the opening ceremony for the event, where the country head for Indonesia will also be revealed to the public.

Earlier, Daily Social broke the news that Google has hired the former MNC director Rudy Ramaway, and supposed to be the head of Google’s operations in Indonesia together with Krishna Zulkarnaen, who currently works as Chief Marketing Officer.

It’s been quite some time that Google has been in talks with Indonesian government to discuss different aspects before opening its office in the country to serve the population of about 220 million. The company is aiming to make its presence felt in the emerging internet space of Indonesia.

With the opening of this office, the total number of Google’s offices in Southeast Asia will reach four. The company launched its offices in Thailand and Malaysia in 2011. Indonesia is a fast growing market and expected to become a vital platform for web firms in the future. The presence of Google in the region would certainly benefit both the country as well as the search giant.

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