CO-FOUNDER OF WAZE

Uri Levine

founder

About

BIOGRAPHY

Uri Levine is a serial entrepreneur and disruptor, a two-times ‘unicorn’ builder (Duocorn). He is co-founder of Waze, the world’s largest community-based driving traffic and navigation app, which was acquired by Google for $1.1 billion in 2013, and former investor and board member in Moovit, ‘Waze of public transportation’ – which was acquired by Intel for $1 Billion in 2020. Together, the apps Uri founded have reached more than one billion users to date. 

Uri is a reference for inspiring people through the lens of entrepreneurship, disruption, contemporary market revolutions and startups, a specialist on go-to-market strategies and building global startups.

He has founded more than 10 startups since Waze was sold to Google in 2013, placing a focus on doing good and doing well, building startups that deal primarily to solving consumers problems and empowering them, like FeeX, Refundit, Fairfly and others. 

“Fall in love with the problem not the solution.

– URI LEVINE