7 lessons learned from Waze founder, Uri Levine

Startup Grind London

I attended Startup Grind in London on 14th June and decided to share the highlights from my favourite talk of the day. It was an open, honest talk by Uri the serial startup founder behind Waze, FeeX and serves as a board member to startups such as Engie and Moovit among others. He is probably best known for Waze, which was sold to Google in 2013 for $1.1bn. Nevertheless the 7 lessons shared below are applicable for all startup founders and drawn from Uri’s experience working with other startups and not just Waze.

1. Entrepreneurship

2. Falling in Love

Ventures can be like dating:

3. Celebrate your ‘1st Time Ever’ experiences

Good

Better

Best

4. The Startup Journey

5. Star Tips

6. The Team

7. Fund raising tips

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