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Tomer Kagan wants to Take Google Away From You

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Tomer Kagan, CEO and co-founder of Quixey, a tech startup that describes its business as “the search engine for apps.”

Sounds modest enough — until you realize what Kagan really has in mind, which is nothing less than going after Google, disrupting its business and breaking its near-monopolistic hold over Internet search.Helps marketing  digital plan and sales strategy.
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