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BITCBusiness in the Community (UK)
BITCBenzyl Isothiocyanate
BITCBharat Industrial Training Centre (India)
BITCBiomolecular Interaction Technologies Center (University of New Hampshire)
BITCBurnt in Timecode
BITCBase Information Transfer Center
BITCBrookline Infant Toddler Center (Newton, MA)
BITCBasic Instructor Training Course
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In line with the mandate of the BITC and the Ministry of Investment, Trade and Industry, the achievement bolsters the objective of building momentum towards the promotion of investment and sustainable industries which was necessary to diversify and link the Botswana economy to the rest of the world.
You can find out how prepared you are by taking the BITC test at tradingforgood.co.uk/would-yoube-ready.
'We intend to train more than the target number.We are still training three more batches,' said the CEO of BITC, Tshering Cigay Dorji.
Matt Appleby, former managing director at Golley Slater PR, takes the helm as BITC Cymru director after the departure of Rosie Sweetman.
BITC also works hard to ensure these relationships and their achievements are acknowledged - not because the businesses do these things to get recognition, but because it's right to applaud anybody, or any group, who go out of their way to do good things for those around them.
BITC surveyed more than 2,170 people about their views on big business behaviour.
"As such, it is fitting that BITC Cymru is announcing the shortlist as part of Responsible Business Week, which raises the profile of business as a powerful force for good.
MIC and MBC values of carvacrol and BITC against Gram-positive and Gram-negative bacteria from both reference strains and clinical isolates are summarized in Tables 1 and 2.
For further information visit www.bitc.org.uk/wales or contact BITC Wales on 029 2078 0050.
BITC chief executive Stephen Howard said: "The Responsible business Awards shine a much needed spotlight on the impact of BUSINESS.
Liz Needleman, area director of BITC England East, said: "Research highlights that 30% of UK employers attribute lack of skills in the workforce to difficulties when filling entry-level vacancies.