Jack Oslan – a two-time Silicon Valley technology entrepreneur. Jack is the principal founder and CEO of Diamond Age, a construction automation company solving the affordability problem in single family housing. Using 3D printing and robotics, Diamond Age is solving for the massive labor shortage plaguing the home construction industry. Diamond Age will offset over 60% of the manual labor required to build a new home and reduce construction cycle time down to 30 days. The mission statement is to “get first time homebuyers into their first home faster.” Diamond Age is focused on entry level housing for the production homebuilding industry.
Prior to Diamond Age, Jack was the principal founder leading engineering and automation of Plenty(.ag), a vertical indoor agricultural startup now valued at $2Bn and supplying fresh produce for Albertsons/Safeway, Whole Foods, Walmart, and Driscoll’s. Leading up to his career as a serial entrepreneur, Jack spent 25 years in the world of high-speed high volume factory automation and owned every segment of business from production to business development. Jack lives in Scottdale, AZ and is madly in love with his wife Karen. They have 3 grown children and 2 greyhound puppies.