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A revolutionary event for people seeking parnassah is coming to Eretz Yisroel, with the Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce set to host a historic Amazon sellers workshop.

“Hundreds of American couples savor the opportunity to spend precious years living in Eretz Yisroel. But not everyone has the financial ability to do so,” said Orthodox Jewish Chamber of Commerce Founder and CEO Duvi Honig. “The Chamber is here to change that.”


Over the past decade, the Chamber has been at the forefront of training American Jews in the potential of the rapidly growing Amazon selling industry, leading to unprecedented success and numerous stable income streams produced.

The Chamber is now turning its focus to Americans living in Israel, creating a historic opportunity for the English-speaking community in Eretz Yisroel.

“Contrary to conventional wisdom, you can run a successful American Amazon business while living in Eretz Yisroel,” Honig said. “As a service to the Anglo-Israeli community, we are bringing the leading frum Amazon gurus from the United States to show them how.”

A comprehensive two-day Amazon workshop series will be held in Yerushalayim on Wednesday & Thursday, February 16th and 17th, from 11AM – 5PM.

The workshops will cover a cross-section of Amazon topics, enabling even novices to gain the know-how of starting and managing an American Amazon business from anywhere.

This workshop is ideal for both those planning to remain in Eretz Yisroel for the long term, as well as couples who plan on moving to America or Europe and would like to have solid parnassah potential in hand.

The course is open to both men and women, but slots are limited, so those wishing to attend must RSVP promptly.

As a service to the community, the Chamber is offering the course at a steeply discounted rate.

Upon completion of the course, a certificate of Amazon selling knowledge will be provided to each graduate to assist them in finding and being offered a job in the field of Amazon sales.

For more Information WhatsApp,

US:  212-659-5270 ext. 104
Israel: 072-257-3600 ext.104

email [email protected]


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