Inception [noun]

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Crooked told Digiday in late 2019 that it had accumulated almost 900 million downloads since its inception.

Casa Frida since its inception has welcomed 74 people who are mainly between 18 and 35-years-old.

From its inception with Andrew Jackson in the 1820s, the Democratic Party had championed small government and local control.

Since its inception, Gab has welcomed deplatformed social media users, generally attracting those on the far right.

This development isn’t entirely unexpected, given that most of Haven’s top talent, including its CEO—doctor and high-profile healthcare researcher Atul Gawande, who led the initiative from its inception—had stepped down in the last several months.

Since its inception, Google has made its way towards being the most sought after input box on the whole web.

Boston Dynamics has switched hands a few times since its inception in the 1990s.

Field Day CEO Alex Nocifera says that the company has screened more than 10,000 applicants and interviewed and trained more than 2,000 local “brand ambassadors” in 500 local markets since its inception.

Since its inception eight years ago, Tink has proven itself to be the leading open banking platform in Europe, and our investment underlines the confidence we and the industry have in Tink and open banking.

Forbes’ tenth 30 Under 30 list goes live today and in less than a decade since its inception in 2011, the franchise associated with North America’s top young entrepreneurs has grown to be one of Forbes’ largest sources of revenue.