Uri Levine

Co-Founder
Waze

Current Summit Page

Uri Levine‎ is an Israeli entrepreneur. He co-founded Waze, a traffic and navigation app, acquired by Google in June 2013 for more than $1.1 billion.

Levine worked at Comverse (1989–2000), Joined Celltrex (2000–2002), and led the marketing and product at Openwave in 2002–2004. Between the years 2004–2007 he helped several startups as a consultant, including Mobixell and Perfecto. In 2007 he co-founded Waze with Ehud Shabtai and Amir Shinar. He served as CEO (2008–2009) and later as President of the company.

Levine left Waze in 2013, after it was sold to Google, to build new startups. He founded several startups: FeeX, Engie, ZeeK, FairFly, Refundit, LiveCare and is also a board member at Moovit and HERE.

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Venture Summit | West 2020

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