Launch of the entrepreneurship program with Uri Levine, founder of Waze

Uri Levine, the visionary founder of the navigation application Waze, gave a talk at The Global College and shared invaluable insights into what he considers as the key aspect for successful entrepreneurship: a genuine passion for solving problems. Waze, launched in 2006, currently has 150 million users globally, offering real-time, dependable route information through innovative crowdsourcing. During an insightful masterclass, Levine talked about his entrepreneurial journey, imparting essential lessons for aspiring young entrepreneurs.

Understanding the essence of entrepreneurship goes beyond individual success stories; it involves recognizing its broader significance in today’s dynamic world. Learning about entrepreneurship equips individuals with the mindset and skills needed to navigate the complexities of a rapidly evolving business landscape. It fosters creativity, resilience, and adaptability, encouraging individuals to view challenges as opportunities for innovation.

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The Global College is a co-educational day and boarding school for 15 to 18-year-olds, offering an innovative IB Diploma Programme, anchored in the history and values of IE University.

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