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A person who is involved with helping in the creation of a business, organization, union, or entity, but is not the original founding person.
A co-founder should help you be more intellectually honest, a huge saver of time.
She is co-founder and former editor of the magazine Contemporary and has worked as a freelance curator and author since 1992.
Co-founder Sarah Stone said signing relieved the frustration in babies.
A co-founder who can supply the complimentary knowledge and skill sets that you lack is invaluable, and not just because you don't have to hire someone to take on these tasks.
Natalie Pechacek is the CEO and co-founder of Babies Travel Lite.
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