About Uri Levine
Meet Uri Levine, founder of Waze
Uri Levine, founder of Waze, is not your standard entrepreneur; he's a disruptor whose goal is to improve under-functioning services in inefficient markets. Waze, his groundbreaking navigation app, was specifically intended to transform driving by making real-time traffic and road information collaborative among users.
In 2013, Google acquired Waze for $1.1 billion, but Uri didn't stop there. He has since founded, invested, and served as an active chairman in several startups, notably Pontera (previously FeeX), FairFly, Refundit, Seetree, and Fibo, further solidifying his reputation as a passionate serial entrepreneur.