In today's global business environment, that seemingly innocuous phrase can elicit panic, pride, or a litany of complaints.
What does GBE stand for?
GBE stands for Global Business Environment
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
See other definitions of GBE
We have 46 other meanings of GBE in our Acronym Attic
- Great Britain Decimal Stamp Book Study Circle
- Gradient Boosted Decision Tree
- Grey Bruce Domestic Violence Coordinating Committee
- Great Britain Direct Exchange (University of Kansas)
- Gaborone, Botswana - Gaborone (Airport Code)
- Géosciences Biologie Environnement (French: Environmental Biology Geosciences)
- Gesundheitsberichterstattung des Bundes (German: Federal Health Monitoring System)
- Gigabit Ethernet (IEEE 802.3z-1998)
- Ginkgo Biloba Extrakt
- Global Betting Exchange (online sports betting exchange, Dublin, Ireland)
- Global Business Executive
- Glycine Betaine (molecular solvent)
- Government Business Enterprise (Australia)
- Governor of the Bank of England (UK)
- Grand Banks Energy (Canada)
- Grand Cross of the British Empire (Knight or Dame)
- Ground Based Element (Army National Missile Defense)
- Groupes Bibliques d'Entreprises (French: Biblical Business Groups)
- Georgia Business Education Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
In an increasingly global business environment, we understand the importance of having the right local partner when servicing international requirements.
WorldCom is committed to cultivating a global business environment company-wide and fostering a diverse supplier base.
Clinton will address the audience, whose primary responsibilities for large corporations include management of the workplace and globally integrated corporate infrastructure, on the global business environment.
The global business environment will continue to pose complex challenges, especially at a time that expectations for corporate responsibility are increasing and technology is making the world increasingly transparent," says Jens Bang, President and CEO of Cone.
AIESEC brings significant focus to the skills necessary for success in today's global business environment.
In addition to two full days of panels and presentations, the event includes an afternoon of influence sessions with SAP, including updates from the ASUG/SAP Benchmarking study on Supplier Relationship Management, and several opportunities for attendees to network and discuss the critical supply chain issues they face in today's challenging global business environment.
He has been able to consistently deliver exceptional results with his team-building expertise, sharp performance focus, and a macro-perspective of the global business environment.