Indocraft’s reputation for quality workmanship and reasonable pricing soon spread by word of mouth, to international importers who came to Bali on buying trips. Four more deserving employees were hired and two more sewing machines were purchased to handle the demands. The salaries paid to his factory workers were based on quantity produced which was better than the standard salaries paid to outside workers in Indonesia. Health and social benefits were also provided to his staff. If an employee needed a doctor due to illness or pregnancy, Dimy would take them to the hospital and pay the expenses. If there was a religious ceremony in the workers’ homes or villages, attendance was encouraged.