Noam Bardin has always enjoyed working at early-stage startups and watching them grow. Now he’s in the driver’s seat as CEO of mobile navigation app Waze, which combines GPS, open-source software and a community of drivers.

Prior to Waze, he served as CEO of Intercast Networks and co-founded Deltathree, a leading international VoIP service provider, where he served as chairman, chief executive officer and VP of operations.

Bardin holds a B.A. in economics from the Hebrew University and a Masters of Public Administration from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government, where he started planning on how to save the world. He has since decided it will be “one GPS point at a time.”

Posts With Noam Bardin

FTC Reviewing Google’s Waze Acquisition


Google Officially Buys Waze in a $1 Billion-Plus Deal, Will Keep It Independent

Google now owns map startup Waze.

Can Google Reroute Around Regulatory Concerns About Waze Buy?

Big Google deals always get some scrutiny.

This Time It’s Real: Google to Buy Waze And Keep It Independent

Google is very close to acquiring Waze, the crowd-sourced navigation app, as was first reported by Globes today.

Four Reasons Why Apple Might Not Be Interested in Waze

Could Apple swoop in to top Facebook’s bid for Waze? It’s certainly possible. But is it likely?

A Waze Buy Would Put Facebook on Yet Another Collision Course With Google — This Time in Mapping

Map apps are where it’s at, which is why the social networking giant might be in the market.

Maps Are for Mobile What Search Is for the Web, Says Waze CEO Noam Bardin (Video)

Of course the CEO of a mobile mapping company is going to say maps are super important. But Waze CEO Noam Bardin has an interesting way of putting it.

Google, Firefox and the Fastest-Growing Phone Company in China — What You Missed at Dive Into Mobile Yesterday

A quick catch-up guide to the first day of our global mobile conference.

Dive Into Mobile Adds Google’s Schmidt, Waze’s Bardin and Twitter’s Sippey

Google Chairman Eric Schmidt, Waze CEO Noam Bardin and Twitter VP Michael Sippey join the D: Dive Into Mobile speaker roster.