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Business Enterprise

A company or other organization engaged in commerce. A business enterprise sells goods and/or services to clients. For example, a widget maker selling widgets to wholesalers or retailers is a widget business enterprise. A business enterprise may be for-profit or non-profit.
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Angelica Garcia-Dunn, President AIM Over-The-Road, LLC Women's Business Enterprise Alliance
Under the measure to be known as Magna Carta for Kalakalan Pampamilya, any family business enterprise with employees of not more than twenty and with assets of not more than P500,000, at the time of registration, are qualified to receive incentives and benefits provided for under this Act.
In the commercial real estate industry, JRT Realty has capitalized on its Minority and Women-Owned Business Enterprise (M/WBE) status, and other coveted certifications, to establish itself as the largest, certified woman-owned commercial real estate services firm in the country.
Now, we are moving to a new structure of the office; this small business enterprise centre.
The proposed Phase II of the Intangibles Movement -- the focus on organizational infrastructure and its role in enhancing the productivity of nations and business enterprises, as well as the welfare of citizens and shareholders -- offers a socially useful and intellectually stimulating agenda for people interested in intangible assets.
It can not only void your contract, withhold payment for work you've already done, and "reduce the Contract payments by a percentage equal to that designated as the business enterprise goal percentage," but also physically enter your premises and "impose an employment program" (50.
Source: Appendix F, Financial Accounting Standards Board Invitation to Comment, Reporting Disaggregated Information by Business Enterprises.
This commitment ensures that small, minority-owned, women-owned, veteran-owned, and disadvantaged business enterprises have access to contracting opportunities at Reliant.
The Top Corporations will be honored at the WBENC Summit & Salute to Women's Business Enterprises taking place March 18-20, 2014 in New Orleans, LA.
Council Member Melinda Katz, chair of the New York City Council Land Use Committee addressed the Women Builders Council (WBC) at a recent breakfast meeting hosted by Bovis Lend Lease at their midtown offices and encouraged support of small business enterprise.
Large corporations frequently access D&B's database of minority or women-owned business enterprises, the largest of its kind in the country, when looking for minority suppliers.
Southern California Minority Business Development Council serves more than 1,000 minority business enterprises and 200 corporate members throughout 13 counties.

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