MBE


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AcronymDefinition
MBEMember of the Order of the British Empire
MBEMinority Business Enterprise
MBEMail Boxes Etc.
MBEMolecular Beam Epitaxy
MBEMultistate Bar Examination
MBEManagement By Exception
MBEModel-Based Engineering
MBEMulti-Band Excitation
MBEManaging Basic Education
MBEMourning Becomes Electra (trilogy of plays by Eugene O'Neill)
MBEMaster of Business Education
MBEMaster in Business Economics
MBEMidwest Business Exchange
MBEMulti-Byte Extension
MBEMennonite Board of Education
MBEMulti-Breed Evaluation
MBEModified Booth Encoding
MBEMulti-Band Emitter
MBEMy Bloody Efforts
MBEMaster in Biomedical Engineering (various universities)
MBEMaster of Bioscience Enterprise
MBEModule-Based Event
MBEMinimum Block Encoder
MBEModular Binary Exponentiation
MBEMiddlesboro Board of Education (Middlesboro, KY)
MBEMaster of Business Engineering (degree; various universities)
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CRMSDC, established in 1972, is one of 23 regional affiliates of the National Minority Supplier Development Council, the only nationally recognized MBE certifying authority.
Yarnold's MBE caps a stellar season for the Kent 25-year-old who won Olympic women's skeleton gold in Sochi.
Olympic rowing gold medallists Captain Heather Stanning and Helen Glover with their MBEs at Windsor Castle
Volunteer Hilary Short MBE was recognised for her services to West Yorkshire Police.
Jimmy McIlroy, one of the greats of Northern Ireland football, gets an MBE for services to football and charity.
An MBE went to ex-Formula One driver David Coulthard, OBEs to actors John Nettles and Sophie Okonedo, and CBEs to famous cooks Prue Leith and Marguerite Patten.
Former British International Road Race Champion, Doug Dailey of Pwllglas, Ruthin, a logistics manager for the British Cycling Federation: MBE for services to sport.
Philip William Hughes, director and trustee of the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents, from Rugby, MBE, for his services to health and safety.
Two examples of companies that are working hard to expand existing relationships with MBEs are Sodexho, a leading contract management services company and Johnson Controls, global market leader in automotive systems management and control.
Chief Inspector John Duncan, of Grampian Police, gets an MBE for his charity work with the police's Diced Cap Charitable Trust.
The answer came in August when the company announced executive vice president of operations Stuart Mathis had been named to succeed Amos as MBE president.
These regulations have directly impacted the relationships among government contractors and MBE suppliers Also, these regulations have increased overall corporate awareness of the need to establish MBE buying programs and have increased the aggregate dollar purchases from MBE suppliers.