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MBE

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This is accomplished through a rigorous process of certifying that MBE suppliers are at least 51% owned, controlled and operated by ethnic minorities; providing education and advice to certified businesses; and finally, creating strategic opportunities for corporate members and certified MBEs to connect for the purpose of doing business.
Four-time London 2012 Paralympic gold medallist David Weir paid a rich tribute to his lifelong coach Jenny Archer, who receives the MBE, while Leeds Rhinos captain Kevin Sinfield and motor racing star Dario Franchitti also receive MBEs.
TWO rowers who became the first British women to win an Olympic title were awarded MBEs yesterday.
Marsden's Peter Armitage MBE was awarded for his services to amateur theatre in West Yorkshire.
There is an MBE for Ray French, the 71-year-old commentator known as the 'voice of rugby league'.
CBE: Zeta-Jones Skeleton racer Amy Williams, Britain's first solo Winter Olympics gold medallist in 30 years, was also made an MBE, as were Coronation Street's Eileen Derbyshire (Emily Bishop), Barbara Knox (Rita Sullivan) and Anne Reid.
Barbara Hayhurst Heys: MBE for fund-raising work in the Blaenau Ffestiniog area.
Gillian Patricia Nussey, from Alcester, Warwickshire, MBE, for her services to the Victim Support Service in Warwickshire.
At the same time, it may be more practical for MBEs to grow through ongoing relationships with corporate clients-or a Tier 1 supplier anxious to jump start its own program for minority and women-owned businesses.
The caretaker of Perth College, James Burbridge,also receives an MBE for services to education.
Over the course of his leadership, Amos had guided MBE through some challenging times as it continued its unparalleled worldwide growth.
MBE suppliers bring value and innovation to the supplier base.