Uri Levine
Co-founder at Waze
Expertise: Founders + entrepreneurship
Education: Tel Aviv University

Uri Levine is a passionate entrepreneur and disruptor, a two-time unicorn builder (Duocorn). He is co-founder of Waze, the world's largest community-based driving traffic and navigation app, which was acquired by Google for $1.1 billion in 2013. He is also a former investor and first board member in Moovit, called the Waze of public transportation, which was acquired by Intel for $1 Billion in 2020. Levine has built more than a dozen startups and has seen everything ranging from failure to midlevel success to immense success. He is the author of Fall in Love with the Problem, Not the Solution.

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In this excerpt from his new book, Waze co-founder Uri Levine explains why startup founders need to release their product as soon as they can, even if the timing makes them nervous.