MBEA

AcronymDefinition
MBEAMichigan Business Education Association
MBEAMissouri Business Education Association (Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education)
MBEAMissouri Broadcast Educators Association (Jefferson City, MO)
MBEAMarilyn Burns Education Associates (Math Solutions)
MBEAMerchant Bank of East Africa (Uganda)
MBEAMinority Business Enterprise Act of 1980 (Ohio)
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The MBEA luncheon celebrated five other finalists for the award, each of which has made exemplary strides and accomplishments in creating a business culture that aspires to high ethical standards:
Now in its 13th year, the MBEA has recognized 38 Minnesota-based businesses, ranging in size from less than 10 employees to more than 150,000, that have exemplified ethical business conduct and practices.
The MBEA was founded in 1999 by the Center for Ethical Business Cultures (CEBC) at the University of St.
The MBEA is presented in three categories: large companies with over 500 employees, medium size companies of 100-500 employees and small companies of under 100 employees.
Pentair was cited by the MBEA judges for its "ethical compass," as embodied in the Code of Conduct.
The MBEA program was established in 1999 by the Center for Ethical Business Cultures and the Minnesota Chapters of the Society of Financial Service Professionals to raise the standards for business ethics in Minnesota and honor companies that exemplify integrity and ethical conduct.