cofounder


Also found in: Thesaurus.
Related to cofounder: CEO

co·found

 (kō-found′)
tr.v. co·found·ed, co·found·ing, co·founds
To establish or found in concert with another or others.

co·found′er n.

cofounder

(ˌkəʊˈfaʊndə)
n
a joint founder
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.cofounder - one of a group of founders
beginner, founder, founding father, father - a person who founds or establishes some institution; "George Washington is the father of his country"
References in periodicals archive ?
Galo Vargas, cofounder of the Ecuadorian startup Inkspired, won the top prize of $30,000 for being the Creative Entrepreneur with the Highest Potential for Global Impact.
Brotman and cofounder and former chief executive officer Jim Sinegal helped mold Costco into one of the largest and most successful retailers in the world.
The ultimate goal of Heyo is to connect nearby users based on shared interests, expedite the 'getting to know you' phase, and foster real world friendships," Emma Hoffman, Heyo cofounder.
Eliezer Yudkowsky, MIRI researcher, cofounder of MIRI (then known as SIAI)
Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates was in Los Banos, Laguna on Wednesday in a rare visit to the headquarters of the International Rice Research Institute (Irri), a major grantee of the American billionaires foundation.
Goldman, MD, PhD, DO; Cofounder and Chairman, American Academy of Anti- Aging Medicine; Cofounder and Chairman, World Anti-Aging Academy of Medicine
His predecessors include Apple cofounder Steve Jobs and Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates.
He was the cofounder and deputy chairman of the Association Droits et Libertes dans les Eglises/Rights and Freedoms in the Churches (1987) and cofounder of the European Network European Church on the Move/Reseau Europeen Eglises et Libertes (EN/RE, 1981).
Hall is also the cofounder of the Peer groups, which assist its dealer members in growing their businesses and profits, and in making better business decisions.
Starting in Chicago as a cofounder of the nation's first settlement house, Hull House--a community center where people of all classes and ethnicities could gather--Addams became a grassroots organizer and a partner of trade unionists, women, immigrants, and African Americans seeking social justice.
Cofounder Daniel Callahan takes up population control, noting that the concern has shifted from overpopulation to underpopulation, but that the central issue remains--respect for procreative freedom and recognition of its profound social effects.
Front from left to right: Yvon Durant, associate research professor in material sciences and Itaconix cofounder; Paul Holloway; graduate student Ming Cao; UNH President Mark Huddleston; Anna Grace Holloway; John Shaw, president of Kensington Research and cofounder of Itaconix; and Anne DeCossy.