Jack Abraham

Jack Abraham

Jack Abraham is the founder and CEO of Atomic, a venture builder that has launched three companies across the consumer and enterprise space. Jack founded Atomic in 2013 with the goal of developing a better way to build companies. Atomic and its ventures have raised over $30 million from Silicon Valley’s most respected investors, including Peter Thiel and Marc Andreessen.

Prior to Atomic, Jack was the founder and CEO of Milo.com, which was acquired by eBay in December 2010. As Director of eBay Local, Jack led the redesign of eBay’s homepage, which is visited by 120 million users a month. He also led the efforts behind eBay Now, the company’s same-day delivery option.

Jack is an angel investor in Invite Media (acquired by Google), Pinterest, Postmates, Ampush Media, and Flatiron Health. He is an advisor to Felicis Ventures and has previously advised John Donahoe, CEO of eBay. Jack has been named one of the “100 Most Creative People in Business” by FastCompany, was nominated for “America’s Best Young Entrepreneurs” by BusinessWeek, and has made Forbes’ “30 Under 30” list two times. In addition to being an avid art collector, Jack enjoys hanging out with Milo (the dog), playing guitar, flying drones over San Francisco, and booking last-minute adventures with friends and family. Jack studied Technological Entrepreneurship at The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania.