Supplier Diversity

Supplier Diversity

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Supplier Diversity
  • 4 Steps to Mitigate Bias in Supplier Diversity

    Follow these 4 steps to stop unconscious bias from adversely affecting your Supplier Diversity program. See why data tracking, consistent standards, inclusive relationship building, and ongoing management accountability are the keys to Supplier Diversity success.

  • How to Become a LGBTQ-Owned Business (LGBTBE), and its Benefits

    Becoming an LGBTQ-Owned Business (LGBTBE) can benefit your company by giving you access to unique business opportunities, stronger relationships and connections through networking, and special events and conferences.

  • What Are The Benefits of Supplier Diversity?

    Learn about the practice of supplier diversity, what it means, and why it’s beneficial to improving business performance and outcomes.

  • How to Become an MBE (Minority-Owned Business), and its Benefits

    Learn about the process and benefits of becoming certified as a Minority-Owned Business (MBE), such as increased access to grants, networking opportunities, and workshops.

  • How Can Frontline Employees Bridge Gaps Between Themselves and Their Clients?

    Fostering an environment of inclusivity requires efforts that cascade from the top-down, the bottom-up, and across the middle. Understand how internal efforts of inclusion foster a better customer experience.

  • How to Become a WBE (Women-Owned Business), and its Benefits

    Becoming certified as a Women-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) is a great way to gain access to unique opportunities and capital. It’s also a sure way to stand out from the enterprises around you.

  • How Do I Connect ESG with Supplier Diversity?

    Emerging data show that ESG programs not only help companies achieve environmental, social, and governance goals but also achieve greater financial growth. Supplier diversity can impact goals for sustainability, community impact, and economic performance.

  • How to Become a Veteran-Owned Business (VOB) or SDVOSB, and its Benefits

    Certified Veteran-Owned Businesses gain access to resources, support, and government contracts that can help them grow and innovate in their industries. If you meet the qualifications to become one, being designated as a VOB provides an excellent foundation for your business.

  • What Does ESG Mean in a Global Business Context?

    Environmental, social, and governance (ESG) criteria are increasingly important to various stakeholders as it pertains to global business. Employees, suppliers, and investors are relevant to understanding the importance of ESG as an advancement of stakeholder capitalism moving forward.

  • How to Become a DOBE (Disability-Owned Business Enterprise), and its Benefits

    For business owners who have disabilities, becoming a certified Disability-Owned Enterprise grants access to excellent business and mentoring opportunities that can help level the playing field and bring positive attention to your enterprise.