Take the plunge!

Leah Weisz, founder of Jeru-sitters which provides a babysitting service to locals and tourists, discovered an untapped market.

January 5, 2012 14:49
3 minute read.
Traveling family

Travelling family 521. (photo credit: MCT)


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Until recently, most Anglo vacationers in Jerusalem with small children spent their evenings stuck in their hotel rooms or apartment rentals flipping through channels on TV as they kept watch over their sleeping children.

But now, thanks to a new service launched by a young and energetic Jerusalem entrepreneur, adults can explore Jerusalem’s restaurants, theaters and other places of attraction while their children are looked after by mature and reliable English-speaking baby-sitters.


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