In the Period of the Coronavirus: Mythical Coffee in the Internet
The Jerusalem Municipality, through the Business Promotion Division, is continuing to help business owners in the city.
One of the projects is "click & grow", in collaboration with the Business Grow company and the Hebrew University in the city, where students from the Hebrew University team up with a variety of Jerusalem business owners and set up websites and online stores.
The click & grow project joins a series of moves made by the Jerusalem Municipality for business owners in the city due to the Coronavirus crisis:
- Establishment of free consultants: lawyers, accountants, digital marketing consultants and more.
- The establishment of a virtual mall, which unites hundreds of Jerusalem businesses at no cost.
- Providing a financial grant for the costs of opening a portfolio, handling a portfolio and building a business plan for obtaining a loan.
- Launching the Otto Food Project, which allows Jerusalem dining houses to place food trucks around the city.
- Establishment of help center for the extraction of rights among Jerusalem businesses, which were affected by the outbreak of the virus.
- The launch of "Open Street, Safe Street" project, which will transform several main streets into pedestrian streets.
- Distribution of the purple character signage for business owners and an explanation of the Sanitation Division employees in the businesses.
- Authorization to place umbrellas outside businesses without the need for a permit.
- Supporting art performances, with up to NIS 150,000 per performance to attract audience.
- Granting a three-month exemption from property tax to eligible businesses.
The Jerusalem Mayor, Moshe Lion: "Business is the heart of the economy and employment, so we decided to support and strengthen the Jerusalem Municipality through a series of strategic and wide-ranging moves."
Credit Photo: The coffee mill