The 5 Best Home-Based Businesses To Start In Israel [2021]

The 5 Best Home-Based Businesses To Start In Israel [2021]

Interested in starting a business in Israel in 2021?

We put together 5 of the best businesses you can start in Israel today.

For each business idea, we’ll show you real-world examples of how you can start your profitable, home-based small business in Israel.

Here's the full list:

1. Start an ecommerce platform ($8.4M/year)

Eyal from Israel started StoreYa over 8 years ago, an ecommerce platform.

  • Country: Israel
  • Revenue: $700,000/ month
  • Founders: 3
  • Employees: 15

Hi, my name is Eyal Reich and I'm StoreYa's co-founder and COO, along with Yariv Dror, the CEO (and my brother:) and Pasha Zaft, the CTO.

StoreYa offers a suite of marketing and advertising apps that help SMBs increase sales, leads and social following. We support more than 200,000 online sellers that are coming from 186 countries, we also integrate with 30 eCommerce platforms such as Shopify, Magento, Woocommerce, etc.

Our flagship product is called Traffic Booster, with it, we automate Google Ads using our unique AI technology. Take the burden off our clients' shoulders, and get the right customers at the right time for the right cost.


Eyal, on starting StoreYa ($700,000/month) full story ➜

2. Start an online courses business ($1.8M/year)

Adam Tal from Israel started Pushtak over 7 years ago, an online courses business.

  • Country: Israel
  • Revenue: $150,000/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 10

My name is Adam Tal, I’m a high school drop out and an ex-musician, and I started an online education business in Israel, which has turned into a movement and which I’m now considering taking worldwide.

Our 2 flagship courses teach “money hacking” and “equity hacking”, our philosophy for building online businesses and online assets respectively. While our original idea was to teach marketing to SMB’s, we realized that by breaking some of the most revered rules of small business marketing, we were able to do something bigger.

Today our community is a unique fusion of so many kinds of people - entrepreneurs, employees, work-at-home moms & dads, teenagers and more, and our products change their lives by allowing them more freedom of choice when it comes to how they make a living.


Adam Tal, on starting Pushtak ($150,000/month) full story ➜

3. Start a bicycle accessories business ($1.8M/year)

Michael Shenkerman from Israel started SEATYLOCK over 9 years ago, a bicycle accessories business.

  • Country: Israel
  • Revenue: $150,000/ month
  • Founders: 3
  • Employees: 18

Hello, my name is Michael Shenkerman and I’m the Co-Founder and CEO of Seatylock. I have been in the manufacturing business for the last 20 years and about 7 years ago I co-founded Seatylock. The company is the developer and manufacturer of innovative high-end bike locks.

Seatylock was founded as a platform for innovation. Our first creation was a hybrid product, the first ever product combining a bicycle seat and a lock in one – the Seatylock (not to be confused with the name of the company which is also Seatylock). Since we have continued to develop and manufacture a wide variety of bike locks, from folding locks to U-locks. All of our locks are made only from the highest quality materials, in order to make sure they are not only strong, but also durable.

When I started Seatylock my mission was to create the best bike locks in the world and to bring true innovation into a conservative industry, where innovation is rare and scarce. To achieve this, Seatylock aspires to discover new concepts and ideas in the bike security industry and this is the main reason that we founded Seatylock and this is what we strive to do each day.


Michael Shenkerman, on starting SEATYLOCK ($150,000/month) full story ➜

4. Start a calendar sync tool ($6K/year)

Elad Shaham from Israel started SyncThemCalendars about 2 years ago, a calendar sync tool.

  • Country: Israel
  • Revenue: $500/ month
  • Founders: 1
  • Employees: 0

My name is Elad Shaham, and I'm a software engineer. With over 15 years of experience in the software industry, I've worked in all types of companies, in tiny startups and up to enterprises like PayPal. I currently work as a tech lead at Lemonade, a digital do-good insurance startup trying to disrupt this old industry.

I would like to share my journey with SyncThemCalendars, a side project I've been working on for the past year. It is a paid online service which lets you block time in one calendar based on events in another calendar. It is a very robust solution for a niche problem that people that use multiple calendars face - how do I make sure my calendars have the most up-to-date info about my availability. No good existing solutions, no real competition. Perfect for a side project 👌

The service is currently growing slowly, with close to zero marketing efforts, and already making over $500 MRR.


Elad Shaham, on starting SyncThemCalendars ($500/month) full story ➜

5. Start a skin care product line ($12K/year)

Dena Gottlieb from Israel started TerraCure almost 4 years ago, a skin care product line.

  • Country: Israel
  • Revenue: $1,000/ month
  • Founders: 2
  • Employees: 0

Hi. My name is Dena Gottlieb. I am an American ex-pat living in Israel. My husband, Elazar is an Israeli. We founded TerraCure about a year and a half ago to bring quality, natural, Dead Sea based creams for pain relief to the international market.

TerraCure offers a set of uniquely formulated products for muscle, joint, back, knee and tendon pain, based on a powerful synergy between Dead Sea minerals and essential oils. TerraCure’s products treat and significantly reduce pain while helping the body to heal itself.

Our biggest selling product is the complete set of pain relief products called “All Natural Chronic Herniated Disc and Joint Pain Solution”. This is a set of 3 different natural creams which are used alternated throughout the day and which offer a complete solution for people suffering from debilitating, chronic pain, for which conventional medicine doesn’t have much to offer, save complicated, invasive procedures.


Dena Gottlieb, on starting TerraCure ($1,000/month) full story ➜

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