co-founder

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co-founder

[ˌkəʊˈfaʊndəʳ] Ncofundador(a) m/f
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Zetlin, co-founding partner of Zetlin & De Chiara LLR "We are thrilled to have Shaffer on board.
Q: Why did you make the move from working in the traditional corporate world to co-founding a dot-com?
ARCH Venture Partners is a premier provider of seed and early-stage venture capital for technology firms, with a special expertise in co-founding and building technology firms from start-up.
Gerrit assumes this role in recognition of his excellent track record of strategic and operational leadership since his co-founding of Ilypsa in 2003," said Jay Shepard, President and Chief Executive Officer of Ilypsa.
AUSTIN, Texas -- WebmasterWorld's Search Engine & Internet Marketing Conference, PubCon, Las Vegas, November 14th to 17th, 2006, features a keynote speech by John Battelle, co-founding editor of Wired Magazine and Wired Ventures.
His startup experience includes co-founding the Internet server software company WebSpective (acquired by Inktomi), and co-founding TelASIC Communications (a Raytheon spinout).
Prior to co-founding DMEP, Martin was a managing partner in Manhattan Capital, LLC, a real estate investment firm specializing in multi-family properties.
TM), a leader in real-user monitoring equipment for data center applications, today announced that Rick Fink, a co-founding partner with Miramar Venture Partners, has been appointed to the company's board of directors.
Raser is excited to work together with Electrovaya, an innovator in advanced battery technology and a co-founding member of this Consortium.
Before co-founding Brookwood, Trkla specialized in acquisition finance at Bank of Boston.
Prior to co-founding Shasta, he was a general partner at New Enterprise Associates (NEA) investing in IT infrastructure companies.
We have always known that Ekwan Rhow is among the best of the best," said Bird Marella co-founding partner Terry W.