Working at Google after your company was bought for $1 billion seems like a pretty sweet gig, but not to Waze co-founder Uri Levine. So at this year’s TechCrunch Disrupt Europe in London, I’ll ask Levine why he left Google to work on his new startup. What was it like being gobbled up by the search giant? How did Waze handle the negotiations, bidding war, and « leaks » to the press? And why is Levine’s next company FeeX, which helps reduce your retirement savings fees, more important than the impact he could have at Google?
Mobile is all the rage now, but Levine has been working in the space for well over a decade. He’ll give the Disrupt Europe audience insights on how the mobile market has changed and where the big opportunities still are.
Like Waze, FeeX started in Israel but eventually moved to the US. We’ll…
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