BIO

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AcronymDefinition
BIOBiography
BIOBiology
BIOBiological
BIOBiotechnology Industry Organization
BIOBiodegradable
BIOBy Invitation Only
BIOBedford Institute of Oceanography
BIOBring It On (Counter-Strike gaming clan)
BIOBring It On
BIOBioseparation
BIOBinocular Indirect Ophthalmoscopy (eyes)
BIOBasic Input Output
BIOBlow It Off
BIOBiological Hazard (fire diamond warning code)
BIOBiotech Industry Organization
BIOBinocular Indirect Ophthalmoscope
BIOBuilding Inspection Office (various locations)
BIOBusiness Integration Office (US DoD)
BIOBusiness Information Optimization (software)
BIOBusiness Information Officer
BIOBureau of International Organizations (US DoD)
BIOBinary Input/Output
BIOBasis for Interim Operation
BIOBritish Informatics Olympiad
BIOBilbao, Spain - Sondica (Airport Code)
BIOBiology Break (chat, going to the bathroom)
BIOBio Research Module (NASA)
BIOBiomechanical Integrated Organism (robotics)
BIOBiological Information Processing Association
BIOBranch Intelligence Officer
BIOBroadcast Input Output
BIOBitronics Input/Output (computer networking)
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And business information officer Tania Roberts previously worked for a local authority business support team.
Secondary sites, dubbed Tier 2 sites, also provide business information and free access to a computer, the Internet, a business reference library and a collection of digital information resources, but Tier 2 sites are typically housed in community economic development offices and are not staffed by a business information officer.
Business information officer Turhan Ozfaris said the aim was to match the needs of business to the services offered locally.
Money from the European Regional Development Fund has financed the appointment of Liz Doney as the business information officer at Atherstone Library, in Long Street.
Atherstone library, in Long Street, is among those inv-olved and has now employed a business information officer who will be on site to answer queries from local businesses.
Call them business technologists, business information officers, client managers, customer advocates, relationship managers, process managers or system liaisons - their goal is to foster a partnership that ensures business plans and I/T activities are in alignment.
More than 100 accredited business information officers are available to help.
Accredited business information officers are skilled at providing entrepreneurs with information and advice about training, patents, exporting, franchising, marketing, finance and any other area which helps companies grow and provide more jobs.
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