Warren Osborn

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Warren Osborn
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CitizenshipUnited States
EducationBachelor's degree in Chinese language and Asian Studies
MBA in Business Management
Alma materBrigham Young University
Duke University
Spouse(s)Tricia Breitweiser Osborn
AwardsBusinessman of the Year Award (2008)
Best M&A Transaction in the USA (2013)

Warren Osborn (born 1964) is a serial entrepreneur who has founded ten successful companies. His businesses are focused on a breadth of industries including consumer electronics, product design, supply chain management, manufacturing, media, film/video production, Internet and other technology, gift card accessories and packaging, and real estate. Osborn is a product inventor and holder of numerous patents.


From 1998-1999, Warren completed his MBA in Business Management at Duke University, Fuqua School of Business. From 1986-1990, he completed his Bachelor's degree in Chinese language and Asian Studies at Brigham Young University.[1]


With Braven, Osborn created portable speakers which were shock-resistant, waterproof, and worked as power banks to recharge other portable devices. He later sold the company in August 2013.[2][3][4][5][6] Warren’s company, Seastone, created and is the patent holder of the Blue-ray disc package which realized world-wide adoption with more than 2 billion boxes being sold world wide.[7] He invested in more than 65 private companies. In 2008, Warren founded The Seastone Foundation, a philanthropic organization, to provide medical and other aid to orphans and disadvantaged children in China.[8]


Warren received various awards for his companies. His company received an award for being the second fastest-growing company in Utah, an award for the 11th fastest-growing consumer products company in the United States (2008).[8] He received an award for Businessman of the Year Award in the year 2008, and Best M&A Transaction in the USA (2013).

Personal Life

In November 2017, Warren began to have muscle fasciculations on his left arm, which quickly spread throughout his entire body. In May 2019, he was diagnosed with ALS/PMA (Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis/Motor neuron disease|Motor Neuron Disease/ AKA Lou Gehrig's disease; (Wiki: ALS). He had lost 20 to 33 percent of his upper body muscle strength over six months. ALS is said to be an incurable disease where motor neurons die, causing the person to lose the ability to walk, use their hands, speak, swallow, and breathe. Within a few months after diagnosis, he developed a protocol that included detoxing, supplementation, diet, and stem cell treatments. After much effort and numerous treatments, his protocol greatly slowed the progression of his ALS/PMA.[9][10] Over the course of a year, he swallowed more than 50,000 doses of supplements, did dozens of detoxing treatments, and had 40 stem cell treatments.


  1. "Warren Osborn's ALS Journey | You Can Heal ALS – MND – Lou Gehrig's Disease". Retrieved 2020-02-24.
  2. "Braven sells 100,000 wireless speakers in 7 months, taking on Bose, Jawbone". Silicon Slopes. 2013-06-07. Retrieved 2020-02-24.
  3. "HDTV Solutions News - Mar 2 2015 - BRAVEN Launches BRV-HD; the Ultimate Ultra-Rugged HD Wireless Speaker". www.hdtvsolutions.com. Retrieved 2020-02-24.
  4. Gowan, Michael. "Braven BRV-1 Review: One Tough Little Speaker". Tom's Guide. Retrieved 2020-02-24.
  5. "Braven launches 855s, a $300 rugged competitor to the Big Jambox". Engadget. Retrieved 2020-02-24.
  6. "Braven sells 100,000 wireless speakers in 7 months, taking on Bose, Jawbone". Silicon Slopes. 2013-06-07. Retrieved 2020-02-24.
  7. News, Deseret (2006-03-15). "Seastone's DVD-package coup". Deseret News. Retrieved 2020-02-24. {{cite web}}: |last= has generic name (help)
  8. 8.0 8.1 "[Shenzhen] U.S. team offers free surgery - People And Life - Culture & Education - Newsgd". www.newsgd.com. Retrieved 2020-02-24.
  9. "2019 Person of the Year Runners Up". UtahValley360. 2019-01-11. Retrieved 2020-02-24.
  10. "Warren Osborn's ALS Journey | You Can Heal ALS – MND – Lou Gehrig's Disease". healingals.org. Retrieved 2019-09-23.

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