israel

1.look for employment in the field

2.Studying feasibility

3.Checking suitability

4.Preparing a business plan

5.approval of a loan of up to NIS 90,000

6.seek good professional advice from both lawyers and accountants

7., if you are working with international clients you may need to travel abroad frequently

8.If your Hebrew is limited, you might want to consider opening your business in a community with a large number of English speakers

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