Naz Ju­man, the CEO of Schin­der Business Cen­ter, gives us an in­sight into the suc­cess be­hind es­tab­lish­ing a law firm, as well as mul­ti­ple work­ing spa­ces which cater to client needs for an ideal work­ing en­vi­ron­ment.

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Schin­der Business Cen­ter: From Law Firm to Work­ing Space

How did you end up be­com­ing the CEO of Schin­der Business Cen­ter? I founded my law firm, Schin­der Law Firm, a decade ago. My law ca­reer all be­gan when I sin­gle-hand­edly brought Chi­nese per­for­mance art to In­done­sia as an

Uyghur Dance teacher.

About a decade ago, I brought an ar­ray of per­form­ing arts such as the­atri­cal

Kung Fu and ac­ro­bat­ics to In­done­sia.

With no fear of nav­i­gat­ing through a new cul­ture, I be­gan to in­te­grate into the lo­cal com­mu­nity and was able to se­cure the largest the­ater in In­done­sia for one month for my show. This ac­tion gar­nered at­ten­tion from a broad scope of me­dia which led me to meet a di­verse group of peo­ple. The ac­ci­den­tal net­work ex­pan­sion guided me to the po­si­tion at an event co­or­di­na­tion firm.

Not long af­ter, I was con­tacted by a dis­tin­guished ac­quain­tance from China to help him find a Man­darin speak­ing at­tor­ney with proven no­to­ri­ety to han­dle a com­pli­cated case for his multi­na­tional cor­po­ra­tion. I was ap­pointed in as­sist­ing the com­pany in vet­ting, ap­point­ing, and co­or­di­nat­ing all the de­tails of his case in its en­tirety. Even­tu­ally, my ac­quain­tance and I won the case. The Chi­nese com­pany’s con­fi­dence in our com­pany was so­lid­i­fied af­ter the win, and I be­gan to act as their le­gal li­ai­son for all their In­done­sian in­ter­ests.

To­day, I am the founder of Schin­der

Law Firm. The Schin­der Law Firm is a com­pre­hen­sive law firm which pro­vides a range of le­gal ser­vices to as­sist clients in all business ac­tiv­i­ties. Com­posed of 20 pro­fes­sional and spe­cial­ized lawyers, Schin­der Law Firm pro­vides strong le­gal sup­port to clients in their in­vest­ment and business ac­tiv­i­ties. Schin­der Law Firm boasts a va­ri­ety of clients, in­clud­ing large multi­na­tional com­pa­nies and SMEs, tra­di­tional man­u­fac­tur­ing busi­nesses and, well-known do­mes­tic and for­eign in­vest­ment banks. What kind of ser­vices does Schin­der cur­rently of­fer and which are the most fa­mil­iar ones among clients? Schin­der Business Cen­ter of­fers a va­ri­ety of ser­vices, such as ser­viced of­fice space, co-work­ing spa­ces, vir­tual of­fice, meet­ing fa­cil­i­ties, sec­re­tar­ial and IT ser­vices. In ad­di­tion, we pro­vide ac­count­ing, le­gal, tax and ex­ec­u­tive search ser­vices, trans­la­tion, visa, work per­mit, and com­pany regis­tra­tion. Fur­ther­more, we cater to le­gal ser­vices such as struc­tur­ing for­eign in­vest­ment, com­pany es­tab­lish­ment, le­gal due dili­gence, M& A, le­gal com­pli­ance, labour and em­ploy­ment, prop­erty for­eign own­er­ship and lit­i­ga­tion and ar­bi­tra­tion.

We have been able to at­tract most of our clients due to our ex­cel­lent lo­ca­tion and ser­vices. These clients re­quire ser­viced of­fice space and meet­ing rooms. Schin­der Business Cen­ter is a one-stop lo­ca­tion for your business needs. We are able to pro­vide our clients with start to end so­lu­tions, start­ing with com­pany in­cor­po­ra­tion all the way to help­ing them ac­quire the right project for them.

“Schin­der Business Cen­ter of­fers a va­ri­ety of ser­vices, such as ser­viced of­fice space, co-work­ing spa­ces, vir­tual of­fice, meet­ing fa­cil­i­ties, sec­re­tar­ial and IT ser­vices.”

How do you find the progress of the work en­vi­ron­ment in re­cent years? The progress of the work en­vi­ron­ment in the last ten years has been on a steady in­cline, which is equal to the growth of the eco­nomic rate in In­done­sia (5 per­cent as of the sec­ond quar­ter of 2017). Be­ing part of ASEAN, In­done­sia is en­ter­ing the MEA era (ASEAN Eco­nomic com­mu­nity) which has ap­plied since Jan­uary 1, 2016. In the MEA era, In­done­sia must have a com­pet­i­tive ad­van­tage for ser­vice and com­modi­ties be­tween other ASEAN coun­tries. Based on this in­di­ca­tor, In­done­sia will be­come one of the South East Asian coun­tries that have a sig­nif­i­cant growth for mi­cro, small and medium en­ter­prises, ei­ther in ser­vices or com­modi­ties. Nat­u­rally, these en­trepreneurs will re­quire fa­cil­i­ties such as of­fice space and meet­ing rooms.

As a ser­viced of­fice provider, Schin­der Business Cen­ter gives our clients of­fice space and meet­ing meet­ing rooms. Our clients have ac­cess to two to 12 work sta­tions in­clud­ing small, medium and large meet­ings rooms that can ac­com­mo­date up to 20 peo­ple. Fur­ther­more, our Func­tion room caters up to 100 peo­ple, with com­plete fa­cil­i­ties.

Be­ing in a prime lo­ca­tion such as Mega Kuningan, the most pres­ti­gious business area in the heart of Jakarta, our lo­ca­tion will in­crease the pres­tige of any business. You can find us on the 27th floor of the No­ble House, el­e­gantly fur­nished in a rep­utable build­ing with easy ac­cess to lux­ury ho­tels, apart­ments, and trendy restau­rants. The 27th floor of the No­ble House build­ing over­looks the cen­tral business dis­trict with a panoramic view.

What does it mean to have an ideal work­ing en­vi­ron­ment in your opin­ion? How can we achieve that? Hav­ing an ideal work­ing en­vi­ron­ment is very im­por­tant to boost pro­duc­tiv­ity, mo­ti­va­tion, and cre­ativ­ity. This cre­ates syn­ergy be­tween em­ploy­ers and the em­ploy­ees. The per­fect workspace makes you more pro­duc­tive and this is achieved by cre­at­ing com­fort­able sur­round­ing which de­crease stress. In ad­di­tion, we have a di­verse clien­tele which weaves peo­ple to­gether and pro­vides com­ple­men­tary ser­vices and op­por­tu­ni­ties so that they can ben­e­fit from each other. By en­com­pass­ing all of these traits, we give our clients the best chance to suc­ceed in a world full of clus­ter.

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