CBDOChief Business Development Officer (corporate title)
CBDOCommunity-Based Development Organization
CBDOContract Business Development Organization
CBDOCo bylo do okazania (Polish: QED)
CBDOComplex Business Development Officer
CBDOCouncil of British Druid Orders (est. 1988; UK)
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the bis(epoxide) of cyclohexanedimethanol, a structural isomer of CBDO. Compared to a BPAbased equivalent, resin viscosity and UV cutoff are lower and lap shear adhesion to mild steel is superior, the latter on par with a commercial heavy duty epoxy adhesive.
CBDO executives have expressed concern that local government administrators demonstrate preference toward for-profit developers, often using different standards of project evaluation (Rubin 1993).
Scott Miller, CBDO of T-REX, said, "We're thrilled to again be named to JMP's list of top companies leveraging technology in the energy sector." He continued, "It's an honor to have Joe and his team recognize T-REX's unique capabilities for driving efficiency and liquidity across the complex world of renewable energy financing."
Chicago, IL, September 05, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Ajira AI, an innovative insurtech start-up, today announced that Brian Bogel has joined the company as its Chief Business Development Officer (CBDO).
In a related move, Peter Moody has been promoted to chief business development officer (CBDO) and will take on additional responsibilities as leader of the training and onboarding team.
Scott Miller, CBDO of T-REX said, "This partnership is an outstanding example of how fintech and big data together have the potential to move markets.
Abhishek Puri, CBDO, explains further, "We believe that even if there are just two people in this world, who share a common idea or thought, they deserve to know each other and be connected.
“iTel is constantly researching ways to make our service better,” says Jaethan Reichel, CBDO for iTel.
Community-based development organizations (CBDOs) play an important role in economic and community development efforts across the United States (Vidal, 1992).
One of the major gaps in contemporary community development discourse, despite all its good intent and purposes, is the inadequate coverage of the various environmental initiatives adopted by Community Based Development Organizations (CBDOs).