Charles Myslinsky leads the product roadmap and growth of OJO, an artificial-intelligence-powered advisor for home-buying. Previously, Myslinsky led the trajectory of Jet.com that sold to Walmart for $3.3 billion. During his time as Jet.com’s vice president of product, Myslinsky brought on thousands of sellers and grew the catalog to tens of millions of listings. Following the acquisition of Jet.com, he led Walmart’s effort to create a single platform enabling product discovery, consideration and purchase across physical and digital storefronts, which was key to the organization’s ambitious omnichannel strategy. Myslinsky was drawn to OJO Labs because the company set out to solve complicated problems within a domain that has remained largely untouched by impactful innovation. In his role as OJO Labs’ chief product officer, Myslinsky is spearheading an entirely new home-buying experience that moves beyond home search towards discovery with a product that establishes trust and allows every transaction to progress seamlessly, helping consumers make complex decisions with confidence and ultimately leading to more homes sold.
What is the best piece of advice you have ever received?
“As a product builder, every decision impacts how someone feels about the value we provide or the problem we solve. Over time, people won’t remember what you did but how you made them feel.”