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Venture Capitalist Keith Rabois is leading 'big tech' scions in Miami fitness bubble
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Fintech executive Keith Rabois is putting in some sweat equity.
The venture capitalist, who has invested in companies like PayPal, LinkedIn, Square and Yelp is supplementing Zoom meetings with sweat-working – incorporating fitness and networking as COVID-19 vaccinations become more widespread. He's teaching an upcoming high-intensity interval training workout class at Barry's in Miami this month, where he'll be joined by a number of tech scions, many of whom have made the "mass exodus" from Silicon Valley to South Florida during the pandemic.
“You see the same people in class all the time, you tend to form the same community and network,” Rabois tells FOX Business of forming a fit-tech coalition of sorts with like-minded entrepreneurs and class goers.