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Lucy Lyle

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Lucy Lyle is a NYC-based entrepreneur known for founding office product E-commerce company Perch, and for her work as a product and marketing strategist for Google.

Lucy Lyle
🏳️ NationalityAmerican
🏫 EducationBrown University (B.A. in Economics and Philosophy)
💼 Occupation
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Early Life and Education[edit]

Lucy Lyle was born and raised in Tribeca, Manhattan. Her father was a chef and restaurateur and her mother was an artist. Lucy Lyle attended Brown University, where she majored in Economics and Philosophy and graduated magna cum laude with honors in 2010.[1][2]


While in school, Lucy Lyle interned at investment banking firm Lazard Freres, and was offered a full-time job with the firm.[2] She went on to work in supply chain management at Runa, a guayusa tea company, in Ecuador. Lucy Lyle was then hired by Google to work with Google’s largest customers on ad campaign strategy. She then moved on to work as a product strategist in Google’s Creative Lab.[3] After observing work trends involving physical offices, she left Google to start her own consumer workspace product brand, which became Perch.

After launching in 2015 with 1 million dollars in funding, Perch officially opened for business in 2016.[3] For her work with Perch, Lucy Lyle was named one of New York’s 101 top CEOs in the consumer space by[4] Perch was featured in publications such as Vanity Fair,[5] Business Insider,[6] Architectural Digest,[7] and Forbes,[8] while Lucy Lyle was interviewed in publications such as Domino[9] and Men’s Health.[10] Perch was known for its mahogany desk products, which were the only solid hardwood self-assembly furniture products being shipped at the time.

Personal Life[edit]

Lucy Lyle lives in Brooklyn with her partner, Jack, and her dog, Chutzpah. In her spare time, she enjoys practicing yoga and meditation.

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