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CBE designation holder have the right to use the following marks: CBE™ and Certified Business Economist™.  We encourage you to update your business cards, bios, LinkedIn and Facebook profiles.  Please see below for more information on: 

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Trademark Usage Guide for CBE Designation Holders

 

While you are a CBE designation holder you have the right to use the following marks:

  • CBE™
  • Certified Business Economist™

 

The uses of the CBE Marks are governed by the Code of Ethics and applicable laws. CBE Marks can only be used by designation holders who are dues-paying members of the National Association for Business Economics and whose rights to use the CBE designation have not been suspended or revoked.

 

To assist you, NABE has developed the trademark usage guide below. Please consult and follow this guide when preparing business cards, letterhead, promotional literature, signage, and all other forms of printed, electronic, and written communications.

 

Certification Mark

 

The Certification Mark is used by designation holders as a distinctive visual symbol of the CBE designation that can be easily recognized by employers, colleagues, and clients.

 

CBE™ and Certified Business Economist™ are certification marks owned by the National Association for Business Economics. These marks are awarded to individuals who successfully complete the CBE Board of Governors' initial and ongoing certification requirements.

 

 



 
Using of the Certification Mark (logo):

  • The certification mark may not be altered or modified in any way.
  • The certification mark (logo) should be clearly printed in color on a white background, black ink on light colored background or may be reversed to white on dark colored background.
  • All reproduction of the certification mark (logo) must be made from camera-ready artwork provided by NABE.
  • The trademark notice does not have to appear on letterhead or business cards.
  • The certification mark must not be used as part of a company name or logo.
  • The form of the marks must never be altered to create a new word, phrase, or design.

 

Always specify in a tag line at the end of an article and at the bottom of an advertisement or promotional literature that the marks are the property of the National Association for Business Economics. For example, “CBE™ and Certified Business Economist™ are certification marks owned by the National Association for Business Economics.”


Using the CBE Marks (letters):

The first and most prominent use of the CBE™ or Certified Business Economist™ marks in text material should include the trademark symbol (™). It is not necessary to use the ™ symbol when the marks directly follow the name of a specific individual.

 

The CBE™ and Certified Business Economist™ marks should be used in the text of magazine and newspaper articles, interviews, books, advertising, and in textual or verbal contexts where use of the certification mark is impossible or impractical. When these marks are used in these contexts or applications, designees should carefully advise reporters, authors, editors, publishers, and others as to the guidelines for proper usage.

 

Examples of use:

  • Tom Swift, CBE
  • Tom Swift, PhD, CBE
  • Tom Swift, Certified Business Economist
  • Tom Swift is a CBE™ designee
  • Tom Swift, CBE, is a Chief Economist
 

The CBE™ mark must appear in all capital letters. With respect to Certified Business Economist ™, at a minimum, the first letter of each word must be capitalized.

 

The first and most prominent use of the CBE™ or Certified Business Economist™ marks in text material should include the trademark symbol (™). It is not necessary to use the ™ symbol when the marks directly follow the name of a specific individual. The form of the marks must never be altered to create a new word, phrase, or design.

 

Always specify in a tag line at the end of an article and at the bottom of an advertisement or promotional literature that the marks are the property of the National Association for Business Economics. For example, “CBE™ and Certified Business Economist™ are certification marks owned by the National Association for Business Economics.”


 CBE™ and Certified Business Economist™ are certification marks owned by the National Association for Business Economics. These marks are awarded to individuals who successfully complete the CBE Board of Governor’s initial and ongoing certification requirements

 

Use of the CBE Marks signifies that you have earned the Certified Business Economist designation. It is important to use these marks properly and to be mindful of improper use or infringement. 

 

Sample Business Card

  

 

Use of the CBE Marks signifies that you have earned the Certified Business Economist designation. It is important to use these marks properly and to be mindful of improper use or infringement.

 

 

Bio Guidelines and Samples

 

When updating your bio please: 

  1. Add CBE following your last name, Tom Swift, CBE or Tom Swift, PhD, CBE

  2. Add a description of the CBE please see below for recommended language:

    • The Certified Business Economist™ (CBE) is the certification in business economics and data analytics developed by the National Association for Business Economics.  The CBE is a symbol of distinction that candidates earn by meeting a prescribed level of achievement. It documents a professional’s accomplishment, experience, abilities, and demonstrates mastery of the body of knowledge critical for a successful career in the field of economics and data analytics.

    • The Certified Business Economist™ (CBE) is the certification in business economics and data analytics developed by the National Association for Business Economics. It documents a professional’s accomplishment, experience, abilities, and demonstrates mastery of the body of knowledge critical for a successful career in the field of economics and data analytics.

    • The Certified Business Economist™ (CBE) is a symbol of distinction that candidates earn by meeting a prescribed level of achievement. It documents a professional’s accomplishment, experience, abilities, and demonstrates mastery of the body of knowledge critical for a successful career in the field of economics and data analytics.

    • CBE™ and Certified Business Economist™ are certification marks owned by the National Association for Business Economics. These marks are awarded to individuals who successfully complete the CBE Board of Governors' initial and ongoing certification requirements.

  3. Add the Logo if possible:

   
    4. Must include, “CBE™ and Certified Business Economist™ are certification marks owned by the National Association for Business Economics.”


Bio Samples:

Lynn Reaser, PhD, CBE_PLNU
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Certified Business Economists
 

Jennifer Adams, CBE
Craig R. Alexander, CBE
Suchit Arora, CBE
Manuel Balmaseda, CBE
Thomas Beers, CBE
David W. Berson, CBE
Bret Bertolin, CBE
Paul C. Bishop, CBE
Larry Boyer, CBE
Paul H. Brewbaker, CBE
Richard A. Brown, CBE
Ford Brown, CBE
Sam Bullard, CBE
Oral Capps, CBE
Joseph D. Cardinale, CBE
Dennis Carlson, CBE
Pat Casey, CBE
Chris G. Christopher, CBE
Steven G. Cochrane, CBE
Scholastica (Gay) D. Cororaton, CBE
David Crowe, CBE
Amy Crews Cutts, CBE
Richard J. DeKaser, CBE
Jim Diffley, CBE
Michael J. Drury, CBE
Douglas Duncan, CBE
William C. Dunkelberg, CBE
Lisa Emsbo-Mattingly, CBE
Kemm Farney, CBE
Susan Fickling-Munge, CBE
A. Nicholas Filippello, CBE
Brian Friedman, CBE
Jordan D. Frisby, CBE
Robert Fry, CBE
Stephen W. Gallagher, CBE
Timothy J. Gill, CBE
John M. Godfrey, CBE
Edward Guay, CBE
Maurine Haver, CBE
LaVaughn M. Henry, CBE
Stuart Hoffman, CBE
Harry Homan, CBE
Mike Horrigan, CBE
Gene Huang, CBE
Philip M. Hubbard, CBE
Ellen Hughes-Cromwick, CBE
Paul Hughes-Cromwick, CBE
Constance L. Hunter, CBE
Barry Huston, CBE
Brian Jacobsen, CBE
Sara Johnson, CBE
Lester Jones, CBE
George A. Kahn, CBE
Karen Kirwan, CBE
John Kitchen, CBE
Jack E. Kleinhenz, CBE
Kevin Kliesen, CBE
Stanley A. Kongnetiman, CBE
Jason Kunkel, CBE
Sam Kyei, CBE
Adolfo L. Laurenti, CBE
Chris Lawless, CBE
Michel Leonard, CBE
Beth Burnham Mace, CBE
Stuart Mackintosh, CBE
Thomas Maher, CBE
Duncan H. Meldrum, CBE
Andrew Melnyk, CBE
Josh Mendelsohn, CBE
Ralph Monaco, CBE
Martha G. Moore, CBE
Emily Kolinski Morris, CBE
Chad Moutray, CBE
Alex Musatov, CBE
Gerald Musgrave, CBE
Kathleen M. Navin, CBE
Frank E. Nothaft, CBE
Yorgos Papatheodorou, CBE
Michael Paslawskyj, CBE
David R. Payne, CBE
Arne Pohlman, CBE
Troy Post, CBE
Sara Potter, CBE
Jason Prole, CBE
Arun Raha, CBE
Alison Lynn Reaser, CBE
Sebastian Ricketts, CBE
Richard Rippe, CBE
George L. Salis, CBE
Dana Saporta, CBE
Frank Schott, CBE
Stacey Schreft, CBE
Thomas F. Siems, CBE
John Silvia, CBE
Christopher Slijk, CBE
Jed Smith, CBE
James Smith, CBE
Charles Steindel, CBE
Kathleen Stephansen, CBE
Carol Stone, CBE
William A. Strauss, CBE
Chris Swann, CBE
Thomas Kevin Swift, CBE
Diane C. Swonk, CBE
Stephen J. Taddie, CBE
Carl Tannenbaum, CBE
Ernie Tedeschi, CBE
Paul Thomas, CBE
Jesse Thompson, CBE
Troy Thompson, CBE
Luis B. Torres, CBE
Robert Trimm, CBE
Timo Tyrvainen, CBE
Chris P. Varvares, CBE
Daniel Vasquez, CBE
Mark Vitner, CBE
Tsevi G. Vovor, CBE
Donald T. Wargo, CBE
Shirley Webster, CBE
Mark Weinstock, CBE
Jill C. Weise, CBE
Jeffrey F. Werling, CBE
James A. Wilcox, CBE
Richard L. Wobbekind, CBE
Mine K. Yücel, CBE
Mark Zandi, CBE
Clare Zempel, CBE

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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