Start Dropshipping in Indonesia with Oberlo!
Oberlo has everything you need to easily run your dropshipping business in Indonesia. And it’s free!
According to Tech Crunch, Indonesia is expected to be the next biggest market for e-commerce in Asia. By 2021, Indonesia is expected to make $14.47 billion in revenue in online sales. Thus, making it a large market that dropshippers in Indonesia would want to tap into. The industry is growing quickly with a 20.1% annual growth expected over the next few years. Dropshipping in Indonesia allows new entrepreneurs to dive into e-commerce with minimal risk when using the Oberlo app on Shopify. Dropshipping is when you sell goods but the manufacturer creates and ships the products on your behalf. You only buy the products you sell which is great for dropshipping Indonesia products. Products can be easily imported (pictures, descriptions, and styles) in only one click making it a simple process that a new dropshipper in Indonesia can quickly learn.
Dropshipping is better than wholesale in Indonesia as it allows Indonesians to keep their risk low while giving them a chance to grow their businesses quickly. Indonesians have seen success with the dropshipping model as they have more time to focus on marketing and customer service. With wholesale Indonesia citizens risk losing money from unsold inventory and high international shipping costs. Dropshipping virtually removes this burden as you only buy products as they’re sold and shipping costs are usually only a couple of dollars if they aren’t free. Indonesian’s can sell to the global market with dropshipping since costs are so low with this business model. The dropshipping model is also more automated than wholesale in Indonesia allowing store owners more time to focus on marketing and growth activities. Want to know how to set-up payments for your customers? Learn more about payment gateways in Indonesia below.
Browse Oberlo for products and add them to your store with just a few clicks.
Congratulations – you’ve just sold your first product!
Place an order with the supplier for the product you just sold.
Your supplier will ship the product directly from their warehouse to your customer’s doorstep.