I need a noun for the birthday of an organization. Thinking of something like "Declaration Day", "Foundation Day" but none really feel right.
"Anniversary"? "Incorporation Day" (if it's an Inc., obviously)?
I think I would just call it, say, "ELU Day". Or maybe "ELU Anniversary".
Founder's Day (or plural, Founders' Day) is sometime used, an allusion to the person or persons who founded the organization, a celebration of the founding.
Can you go for something as simple as Company Birthday? The meaning is clear, and it's not too complicated.
protected by tchrist♦ Feb 5 '17 at 16:43
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