Supplier Diversity Blog by supplier.io
2022 State of Supplier Diversity
supplier.io’s 5th State of Supplier Diversity Report revealed big changes in the primary drivers of supplier diversity. More and more companies see programs as a core component of their company culture, and executive and board support is at an all-time high.
However, signs of disconnects appear between executive leadership support and solvable challenges that seem to remain for supplier diversity practitioners, notably in implementing scalable processes.
Request your copy of the 2022 State of Supplier Diversity Report today to help identify opportunities and challenges within your organization. This report will be valuable in starting internal conversations about how to drive integrated and scalable processes and take your program to the next level.
Thank you to all of those who participated in this year’s survey; we had a 17% increase in participation compared to last year, making this our largest sample size ever!
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Our company is successful because we are diverse and we are inclusive. We don't have a Diversity department because we are diverse and inclusive. A bank doesn't need a banking department. A diverse and inclusive company doesn't require a diversity and inclusion department. President
Results are at the extra effort of our team. It is important to the employees that we are doing something in this space, and I hope that our execs will come to support this more. Director of Procurement
I would like supplier diversity to be more of a standard process, or part of the business operations in the marketing and communications industry as it is in other industries. Program Manager
Supplier diversity provides more avenues to procure supplies, while encouraging competition between vendors for the best service and price. Project Manager
Employees feel it is important and are willing to engage and support efforts. It drives us to consider supplier development in a different dimension. than usual. Director of Procurement