41-year-old Noam Bardin, who was behind the start-up success of Google’s $ 1 billion acquisition in 2013, is proud to be the first woman to lead the company.
They have a total distance of 24 billion kilometers, including 14 million in France, and 140 million in the world, including 14 million in France, to use the invaluable “utility” that puts road atlas in the closet and turns motorists into “smart bison”. Waze, abstract Way (Path) and Maze (Site) has become an essential companion for them as a travel companion, driver and navigator. Today, “Google’s car”, like its rival Coyote or Wikipedia, operates on a joint model, and has suffered a severe recession since the onset of the epidemic, which is looking for a new life lease. Acceleration is driven by an experienced pilot, Neha Barik, a Google partner. Waze stays away from its community and targets ads.
The 41-year-old American, who trained at the University of Texas, is proud to be the first woman to lead an Israeli company born in 2008 at the Kellogg School of Management.
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