Few entrepreneurs can boast of having captured Google’s attention to the point of concluding a transaction with them. Uri Levine is among those seasoned entrepreneurs who know how to innovate and how to recognize a good thing when they see it. Don’t miss your chance to meet him when he comes to Montréal.
Over the last 30 years, Uri Levine, a graduate of Tel Aviv University, has seen some success, some failure, and some glory. Internationally recognized as the co-founder of Waze—the app sold to Google for 1.1 billion dollars—, he is today a venture capitalist, the administrator of several start-ups committed to benefitting the community, and a business coach.
Discussing his career as an accomplished businessman, Uri Levine will address trends and new developments in the world of start-ups, and share some advice on the subjects of innovation and investment.
Come hear this visionary discuss how technology can serve the community, how to get into start-up mode, and listen to his take on the internationalization of business.
The talk, on the theme of innovation and entrepreneurship, will be followed by a networking cocktail reception.
It’s not every day you get to meet a leader of this calibre… get your tickets now!