JNEXT

Jerusalem offers numerous advantages: proximity to research institutes and the scientific community, leading technology and biotech companies, quality human capital, a national and international information transfer framework, and unique economic incentives.

Jnext and Bio Jerusalem act as central management points for Jerusalem's booming ecosystem and brings all the relevant organizations, already active in the entrepreneurial space, to one, centralized city-wide program.

In addition, we strongly recommend you register your company to both Mapped in IsraelStartup Nation and the Israeli startup eco-system spreadsheet. A lot of investors check these databases and it can only help you in the future.

  • Grants for Biomed Companies

    Grants for Biomed Companies

    The Jerusalem Development Authority encourages new and expanding biomed companies in Jerusalem. The grant is dependent on the number of new employees, up to 3,990,000 NIS (80,000 – 100,000 NIS per employee),…
  • Grants for High-Tech Companies

    Grants for High-Tech Companies

    The Jerusalem Development Authority encourages new and expanding high-tech ventures in Jerusalem employing 3 to 10 employees. The grant is dependent on the number of employees, up to 600,000 NIS (60,000 NIS…
  • Relocation Grants

    Relocation Grants

    High-Tech and Biomed companies relocating to, or expanding in Jerusalem can qualify for a grant of 400 NIS per sqm. The grant is paid over two years (250 NIS per sqm in…
  • “High Salary” Employment Grant

    “High Salary” Employment Grant

    Companies employing 15 or more workers who receive a “high salary” (defined as 2.5 times the average wage) are entitled to receive a contribution covering 20 percent of the salary cost of…
  • Reduced Corporate Income Tax

    Reduced Corporate Income Tax

    The Encouragement of Capital Investments Law grants a reduced rate of income tax for an “approved enterprise” in Jerusalem. By 2015, the tax rate is expected to fall to just nine percent…