Eze Vidra is the head of Google for Entrepreneurs Europe and Campus London. In March 2012, Eze launched Campus London, Google’s first physical startup hub, providing entrepreneurs with work and event space, mentorship, and educational programs as well as access to a vibrant startup community.
Before Campus, Eze spearheaded Google’s commerce strategic partnerships in EMEA, launching Google Shopping in Spain and Local Shopping in the UK, among other projects. In the years before joining Google, Eze held product management leadership roles at Shopping.com in Israel, Gerson Lehrman Group in New York, Ask.com in Silicon Valley, and AOL Europe in London, where he was the principal product manager for Search in EMEA. In 2003, Eze co-founded a startup in Israel, developing text-input technology for mobiles.
In 2005, Eze founded VC Cafe, a highly regarded venture capital blog shining a spotlight on Israeli startups. In 2012, he founded Techbikers, a not-for-profit cycling community that has fundraised to start a school and 20 libraries for children in the developing world. Eze serves as an advisory board member of BBC Worldwide Labs and is a trustee of StartupWeekend Europe. He holds a B.A. in business and entrepreneurship from IDC in Israel (Cum Laude) and an MBA from London Business School. A native Argentinean raised in Israel, Eze is fluent in Spanish, Hebrew, and English and lives in London with his wife and son.