Jack Abraham is the Founder and Managing Partner of Atomic, a venture studio that has co-founded over a dozen and a half companies including Bungalow, hims & hers, TalkIQ (acquired), and Terminal. Jack founded Atomic in 2012, inventing the studio fund model, with a goal of developing a better way to build companies and now is founding companies out of a $150M second fund. Atomic and its companies have raised over $600M from some of Silicon Valley’s most respected investors and as of 2019, two out of ten of the fastest growing companies in San Francisco are Atomic companies.
Prior to Atomic, Jack was the founder and CEO of Milo.com, which was acquired by eBay in December of 2010 when Jack was 24 years old. Jack is also an angel investor in Pinterest, Postmates, Uber, Flatiron Health and Doctor on Demand among others. He is an advisor to Felicis Ventures and also has previously advised John Donahoe, the former CEO of eBay who now leads ServiceNow. Jack has been named one of the “100 Most Creative People in Business” by FastCompany and has made Forbes’ “30 under 30” list two times. Jack attended The Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania studying Technological Entrepreneurship.