In April we gathered a group of 85 founders and builders at Atomic’s Future Founder Summit to compare notes and share their experiences on company building. Below is advice on getting through that critical early stage from two prolific builders, Atomic’s own founder and general partner Jack Abraham and Chris Lyons, general partner...
The stereotypical tale of the startup founder hustling in the coffee shop, or slaving away in the garage, is glamorized and has become storybook. But what isn’t discussed as regularly is just how inefficient and lonely the experience can be – when an entrepreneur takes on the Herculean effort of creating a brand new business on their own.
I have some exciting news to share, but I want to start with something important first. Everyone should think about wealth. Yep, everyone, including you.
Today I am excited that I finally get to share some big news. I’m joining Found as CEO. You can read more about the company’s new chapter, funding, and stellar momentum in a blog by Swathy Prithivi, our co-founder and COO. In parallel, I wanted to dive into the professional and personal journey that led me to this new role.
Today I’m so excited to share what our team has been up to since we began operating last year with the mission to make our comprehensive, science-backed weight care programs accessible to everyone.
Our nation is facing an unprecedented housing shortage. Rising rents are forcing people out of their communities. Teachers can’t afford to live near where they teach our children. Families are being torn apart because they can no longer afford to live in their neighborhoods.
I am delighted to finally announce Jumpcut, the first data-driven studio that puts data to work to solve Hollywood’s sequel culture and lack of inclusiveness. The company combines my twenty years of training in data science and entrepreneurship with my personal enthusiasm for film. The left brain finally meets the right!
Lately, a lot of founders have been asking me "why Miami is important to the future of tech?" The short answer is easy: come see for yourself. For me, it’s a little bit of everything: the weather, the culture, the diversity, the art, the ideas... but mostly, it’s the people.
Today we are excited to announce the launch of Atomic’s latest company, Boombox. Here’s the scoop: In 2020 the world changed. People realized they could work from anywhere and still be effective. While this presented a ton of new opportunities (#vanlife), it also presented big challenges.
Wow, what a year. Twelve months ago, no one could have predicted the unprecedented and historic challenges we were about to face. The problems created, and opportunities to solve these problems, have accelerated at a rate we’ve never seen before.
Today, Hims & Hers (NYSE: HIMS) is beginning its journey as a publicly-traded company, an important step towards our vision to bring affordable, high-quality healthcare to everyone. It also marks a major milestone for Atomic.
It is our goal to encourage the next generation of leaders to build great companies of enduring meaning and value, so we launched our Atomic Internship Program for graduate and undergraduate students.
When we started Replicant in 2017, we certainly did not predict that a global pandemic would create a customer service disaster, suddenly accelerating businesses into AI and automation.
I joined Atomic earlier this year to work at the intersection of starting and investing in companies. It’s already been everything I was hoping for and more; here’s why.
The Future of Work is Remote, Global, and Now. Some of the most successful B2B products and businesses in history were originally created to solve problems a company faced firsthand.