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Atomic

Atomic

A venture capital company that founds and funds companies

Atomic comes up with its own ideas for companies and seeks out individuals that it thinks could steer those companies. Then it seeks out larger investments from conventional venture capital firms to build them into sustainable businesses.

Atomic has employees handling accounting and finance for its startups along with other office functions. There are in-house employees for public relations, human resource and recruiting.

Atomic is based in San Francisco and also has a sales office in Phoenix, Arizona and engineering campus in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada.

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Andrew Dudum

Partner

Chester Ng

Partner

Jack Abraham

Co-Founder, Partner

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Candy Cheng
May 20, 2021
Business Insider
Insider visited Atomic's new Miami office for an afternoon to learn the history of how the Silicon Valley tech movement began in Miami.
Atomic
May 13, 2021
www.prnewswire.com:443
/PRNewswire/ -- Leading payroll API pioneer Atomic today announced the members of its newly formed strategic Advisory Board. In its mission to build a new...
Connie Loizos
March 3, 2021
TechCrunch
Jack Abraham has a lot of confidence in what he's building. Then again, you can't be immodest or unsure of yourself if you're going to bet exclusively on your own startups as an investor, which is precisely the model that Abraham's San Francisco-based venture studio, Atomic, has followed since it was launched nine years ago. [...]
Science X staff
December 28, 2020
phys.org
Our understanding of biological proteins does not always correlate with how common or important they are. Half of all proteins, molecules that play an integral role in cell processes, are intrinsically disordered, which means many of the standard techniques for probing biomolecules don't work on them. Now researchers at Kanazawa University in Japan have shown that their home-grown high-speed atomic force microscopy technology can provide information not just on the structures of these proteins but also their dynamics.
Berber Jin
November 11, 2020
Business Insider
After years of neglecting minority founders, SoftBank created a fund dedicated to supporting them. Here's a look at the startups it's decided to back.
Lydia Ramsey
September 13, 2019
Business Insider
Jack Abraham said in a since-deleted post that he's a self-made entrepreneur who's on track to become a billionaire "by my mid to late 30s."

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