Surprise! The Gymnastic Star of Randi Zuckerberg’s Bravo Show Is a Legitimate Entrepreneur

A close encounter with the founder who dared to compare Silicon Valley to high school.

It’s hard to come out the other end of Bravo’s Real-i-Tron with anything in the way of dignity. Just ask these gilded lilies. Something about the cocktail of ambition, insecurity, and actual cocktails tends to make one’s better judgment obsolete.

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Thus, we can’t vouch for how the world will perceive stealth startup founder and Ampush Media alum Kim Taylor when Randi Zuckerberg’s creation (working title: “Silicon Valley”) debuts this fall. But over coffee in Midtown last month, Ms. Taylor came across as disarmingly articulate, well-versed in the chutes and ladders of Startupland, and, dare we say, sensible.

Blame her Midwestern roots, or the trial-by-fire of helping to grow a bootstrapped company to revenue in the high eight figures in its first two years.
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Surprise! The Gymnastic Star of Randi Zuckerberg’s Bravo Show Is a Legitimate Entrepreneur