BCABA

(redirected from Black Country Asian Business Association)
AcronymDefinition
BCABABoard Certified Associate Behavior Analyst
BCABABlack Country Asian Business Association (UK)
BCABABoard of Contract Appeals Bar Association
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The managing director of a successful communications and events company, he is also chair of the Black Country Asian Business Association and a board member of the Black Country Local Enterprise Partnership.
The charity, which runs a range of support services in the area, including a project which helps families with children with learning and behavioural difficulties, have received a donation of pounds 2,000 from the Black Country Asian Business Association.
Indian-born Hari Rai is vice chair of the Black Country Small Business Service and a board member of both the Black Country Chamber of Commerce and the Black Country Asian Business Association.
Small and medium sized firms are the bedrock of the British economy, Lord Kumar Bhattacharyya, head of Warwick Manufacturing Group, will tell the Black Country Asian Business Association Business Awards ceremony.
Avtar is the chairman of Black Country Asian Business Association.
The Black Country Asian Business Association (BCABA) is expecting almost 350 guests to attend its seventh annual awards dinner at the Copthorne Hotel, Merry Hill on Friday, October 17.
The Black Country Asian Business Association Awards being held on September 1 at the Copthorne Hotel, in Brierley Hill, will showcase the successes of a wide range of organisations.
The group that I envisage will work alongside and not in competition with existing organisations like the Black Country Asian Business Association (BCABA)," he added.
Now the true facts are beginning to emerge after investigations carried out jointly by the African Caribbean Business Federation and the Black Country Asian Business Association.
VIPs from the Black Country Asian Business Association gave given a revamped Bilston restaurant the seal of approval.
They are joined by Jane Nelson, registrar at the University of Wolverhampton, Ranjit Singh Sohal, owner of Walsall-based businesses Balloons Bar & Bistro and chairman of the Walsall branch of the Black Country Asian Business Association, and Annie Shepherd, chief executive of Walsall Council.
8 Wolverhampton Chamber No Frills Networking, Zorbas, Wolverhampton, 5.30-7.30pm (details: www.bccbl.com) 8 - Black Country Asian Business Association Business Seminar and Networking Club (Details www.bccbl.com).
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