Uri Levine

Uri Levine is a passionate entrepreneur, a 2x 'unicorn' builder (Duocorn), and the author of the book, which Steve Wozniak, co-founder of Apple, said is the "bible for entrepreneurs".

He is co-founder of Waze, the world's largest community-based driving traffic and navigation app, which Google acquired for $1.1 billion in 2013, and former investor and board member in Moovit, 'Waze of public transportation, which Intel acquired for $1 Billion in 2020.

Levine's vision is building startups that are doing good and doing well, focusing on solving problems and hence changing the world for the better.

He has been in the high-tech business for the last 40 years, more than half of them in the startup scene, and has seen everything ranging from failure, to moderate success, and big success.

Levine is a BA graduate from Tel-Aviv University. Before attending University, he served in the Israeli army at special intelligence unit 8200. In his public activity, he serves on the board of trustees at Tel-Aviv University.

The startups Levine is a Co-Founder, Chairman, or Board Member, include Pontera; Oversee; SeeTree; Refundit; Dynamo; and Kahun, and he’s always working on the next one.