Nov 9, 2021
It’s no question that having supplier diversity can elevate a company’s financial growth—especially if more companies actively pursue supplier diversity. In fact, CVS Health reported their supplier diversity program contributed an astounding $5.5 billion to the US economy in 2018. This shows supplier diversity isn’t just a trend or a fad businesses can ride until it loses its luster. Supplier diversity improves your company’s relationships with minority-led and LGBT-led companies and lets you cast a wider net, which can result in more significant profits.
Today, we discuss why supplier diversity is more than just a trend and its critical role in the economy. We explain how supplier diversity programs can be essential in mergers and acquisitions and when dealing with other suppliers. We describe the potential losses a company would incur if they don’t have a supplier diversity program. We also share some of the ways businesses can strike while the supplier diversity iron is still hot.
"Supplier diversity is crucial to the vitality of the company" - Adam Moore
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