This bond enhances Toyota’s platform for diversity by placing a spotlight on high-quality Minority and Women Business Enterprises (MWBE) certified firms.
It’s all about relationships, as EY and other leading supplier-diversity companies have discovered. In 2009, Theresa Harrison, Director of Global Supplier Diversity at the Big 4 firm, heard about Thompson Hospitality, a minority-owned food-service company….
Why is Tier II diversity important? It builds community wealth and creates jobs by helping smaller businesses flourish.
Growing up in Chicago, Cheryl Harris saw the importance of small business. Today, she works to give those businesses a seat at the table of corporate America.
Ten steps to effectively start a supplier-diversity program.
Learn from KeyBank how to expose suppliers to your senior executives and increase your spend with underrepresented communities.
Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC) Announces Annual List of America’s Top Corporations for Women’s Business Enterprises
This is the only national award honoring corporations for world-class supplier-diversity programs that reduce barriers and drive growth for women’s business enterprises.
Wyndham Worldwide received the Supplier Diversity Advocate of the Year award from the NGLCC for its commitment to the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) community.
The Vital Entrepreneur: EY Reveals What Sets High-Impact Entrepreneurs Apart and What It Takes to Grow a Truly High-Performing Company
EY Entrepreneur Of The Year companies model the unique strengths that private, public, family, sponsor-backed and women-led companies must acquire to outperform.
Dell specifically recognized Hogan Lovells for the many activities that it uses to advance diversity, including providing diverse representation and leadership on Dell legal matters.
How are hospitals growing supplier-diversity efforts to mirror the increasing diversity of their patient base and using these efforts to strengthen community ties?
Tips to open the door for many women- and minority-owned businesses.
Here’s WBENC president and CEO Pamela Eason’s agenda for this important organization, which works with corporations to increase supplier diversity and helps women-owned businesses succeed.
This small, woman-owned business came up with a creative solution to a technical problem.