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Young Living Essential Oils Expands Business into Indonesia

Young Living Essential Oils, the world leader in essential oils, celebrated its official expansion into Indonesia with nearly 1,500 attendees at the ribbon-cutting ceremony of Young Living’s first store in Jakarta. The company considers the country, which has the fourth largest population in the world, as a major propeller of its future business growth.

"We’ve looked forward to opening the Indonesian market for some time and are very excited to share Young Living’s exceptional products and business opportunities with this great country," said Jared Turner, Young Living Chief Operating Officer.

With a new office and store located in Agro Plaza Building, Kuningan, Jakarta, Young Living’s base of operations will serve to make its products more accessible to customers across Indonesia. "Our in-store and call-center teams are equipped to help customers learn more about Young Living’s beauty, wellness, and home essential oils and to purchase products that suit their needs," added Anggit Wicaksono, Country Manager of Young Living Indonesia.

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