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synonyms for founding

  • authorizing
  • colonizing
  • instituting
  • originating
  • planting
  • setting up
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Largely eschewing venture money, Calendly, founded in 2013, has primarily bootstrapped itself to profitability.
MEET THE UNICORN FOUNDER THAT BRAVED WAR ZONES AND MISSED MEETINGS TO MAKE HIS MARK ON THE STARTUP WORLDLUCINDA SHENNOVEMBER 20, 2020FORTUNE
The deal is a reunion of sorts for BuzzFeed CEO Jonah Peretti, who co-founded HuffPost.
BUZZFEED BUYS HUFFPOST FROM VERIZON IN LATEST NEW-MEDIA DEALVERNE KOPYTOFFNOVEMBER 19, 2020FORTUNE
I don’t want listeners to be confused with the aviation company, because we’re talking about a 3D modeling and simulation enterprise that was founded almost 40 years ago and has more than 20,000 employees around the globe.
LEVERAGING COLLECTIVE INTELLIGENCE AND AI TO BENEFIT SOCIETYJASON SPARAPANINOVEMBER 18, 2020MIT TECHNOLOGY REVIEW
Before founding Capella Space, Payam Banazadeh worked as a project manager and flight systems engineer at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
COME HEAR ABOUT THE OPPORTUNITIES IN SPACE OBSERVATION AT TC SESSIONS: SPACEJONATHAN SHIEBERNOVEMBER 12, 2020TECHCRUNCH
That year, he and a group of fellow state-media defectors founded Mediafax, believed to be the world’s first faxed daily paper.
THE DEATH OF A JOURNALIST — AND A FREE PRESS — IN MOZAMBIQUEEROMO EGBEJULENOVEMBER 12, 2020OZY
Kneeland Youngblood is founding partner and chairman of Pharos Capital Group, a health care–focused private equity firm.
FROM MENTORSHIP TO FRIENDSHIP TO LOVE: WHAT I LEARNED FROM THREE INVESTING GIANTSMATTHEWHEIMERNOVEMBER 10, 2020FORTUNE
Esterer founded Markko Vineyard in 1968 in northeast Ohio, within sight of Lake Erie.
GOOD WINE IS NOW BEING MADE IN MOST PARTS OF THE COUNTRY. HERE’S HOW TO FIND IT.DAVE MCINTYRENOVEMBER 6, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Impact Snacks is a Generation Z–founded, plant-based snack brand that touts to be so dedicated to conscious consumerism that Impact Snacks’ packaging is made from entirely plant-based bioplastics.
MUST-HAVE GADGETS AND ACCESSORIES FOR SAFER WINTER (AND PANDEMIC) TRAVELRACHEL KINGNOVEMBER 6, 2020FORTUNE
He founded the Academy of Neuroscience for Architecture in 2003 to explore how neuroscience can teach architects to construct spaces that improve the health of their occupants.
ARCHITECTURE ‘MAVERICK’ DIES OF COVID-19, CONGESTIVE HEART FAILURE AT 93EMILY DAVIESNOVEMBER 6, 2020WASHINGTON POST
In 2019, female-founded companies received 6% of the deal volume, but only 3% of the venture dollars—in dollar terms, that’s $195 billion for male-founded companies and only $6 billion for female-founded companies.
WOMEN ARE AMERICA’S MOST IMPORTANT HEALTH CARE CUSTOMERS. SO WHY IS THE SYSTEM DESIGNED BY MEN?JAKEMETHNOVEMBER 5, 2020FORTUNE
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WORDS RELATED TO FOUNDING

  • clearing
  • establishment
  • expanding
  • expansion
  • founding
  • immigration
  • migration
  • opening up
  • peopling
  • pioneering
  • populating
  • settlement
  • settling
  • squatting
  • transplanting
  • beginning
  • building
  • chartering
  • constituting
  • fixing
  • founding
  • implementing
  • initiating
  • instituting
  • organizing
  • originating
  • regulating
  • setting up
  • settling
  • stabilizing
  • starting
  • subsidizing
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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