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Ran Levinson
Park Management
From outside of Israel +972-4-6553363 or 1700-555-080
ram@barlevhightech.co.il

Living in the Galilee

The relaxing views, the vast spaces, the splendid education system and the rapidly developing culture and leisure opportunities – all of these make the Galilee’s quality of life second to none. The park’s management team is well connected to all local councils and organizations involved in helping families relocate to the Galilee and will happily provide assistance for families moving to the area, helping to ease the transition for the whole family.

Working in the Galilee

Living and working in the Galilee, you will find it a fertile ground for creativity and innovation, alongside culture and a lively community. Working in the creative environment of the Bar-Lev High-Tech Park, situated in the heart of nature with its beautiful views and no traffic jams or parking problems, creates a uniquely calm atmosphere and pace of life that fosters personal growth, creating a harmonious balance between your career, your family life, and your leisure time.

Choosing the Galilee

Companies that choose to join the park’s vibrant ecosystem will enjoy well-designed offices, plenty of parking spaces, attractive rent prices and tax rates and a range of incentives and benefits, as well as assistance from the park management team, governmental and associated agencies. Such assistance includes providing information about relevant incentives and obtaining them, help in recruiting and training qualified employees, advice on finding relevant service providers, and assistance to relocating and integrating families.

Incentives & Benefits

The Israeli government is committed to the ongoing development of the Galilee region. Therefore, companies that relocate to the Galilee will be eligible for benefits offered to A-zone status companies:

  • Assistance by the park's management, government bodies & other organizations.
  • Support in employing minorities, including funding, training and subsidies of up to 35% of their salaries.
  • The average salary in the north is lower than its central district parallel.
  • Tax benefits for employees residing in some of the villages in the park's vicinity.
  • Increased assistance from the Chief Scientist’s Grants Program.
  • Employee turnover rate in the north is lower than its central district parallel.