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EBSPEthnic Business Support Programme (UK)
EBSPElectron Backscattering Pattern
EBSPEnterprise Business Systems Project
EBSPElectronic Baggage Screening Program
EBSPEast Bay Slow Players (Celtic music; California)
EBSPEdinburgh Randomised Breast Screening Project (breast cancer study; Edinburgh, Scotland, UK)
EBSPEvent-Based Science Project (middle school science curriculum)
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ETHNIC Business Support Programme (EBSP) has evolved as a leading training organisation, bridging the gap between the mainstream organisations and communities living in Wales and beyond.
It was organised in a collaboration with the Food Standards Agency and the Ethnic Business Support Programme.
Staff at the Cardiff-based Ethnic Business Support Programme, who hail from three different continents and speak no less than 14 languages, consider themselves a mini United Nations.
THE Ethnic Business Support Programme is arranging a food safety seminar for Chinese catering businesses in Gwynedd.
They are Tim Bettley, managing director of Peacock Stores, Saleem Kidwai, chief executive of the Ethnic Business Support Programme, and Elwyn James, chief executive of Arts Factory.
The Ethnic Business Support Programme (EBSP) hopes to encourage a growing proportion of enterprises in non-traditional sectors such as hi-tech industries.
Business adviser Sha Siddiqi has helped her under the Welsh Assembly Government's Ethnic Business Support programme .
The Ethnic Business Support Programme helped Dr Roy set up the Swanlake Project.
Akmal Hanuk is Director of the Ethnic Business Support Programme, part of the EU-Funded Potentia Project
He had always harboured ambitions to open his own restaurant but said he was given the confidence to have a go after consulting with the Ethnic Business Support Programme.
Mr Kidwai, who lives in Cardiff, is chief executive officer for the Ethnic Business Support Programme and secretary of the South Wales Islamic Educational Trust and the Muslim Council of Wales.
Sha Siddiqi, business advisor for Ethnic Business Support Programme in North Wales which provided advice for the new venture, said: ``Tony has a long way to go before his final goal but he has sensibly set smaller targets over shorter time scales and will gradually increase his investment as he sees the business grow.