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Supplier Diversity Blog by supplier.io

Kelly Barner

Recent Posts

How to Operationalize Your Supplier Diversity Program

One of the things that has driven procurement teams’ success to this point is their ability to operationalize business objectives. They take a goal—such as lowering costs or increasing supplier service levels—and put processes, agreements, and reporting frameworks in place to drive the desired results.

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What Is Supplier Diversity, and Why Is It Important?

Are you new to supplier diversity and wondering what it all means? Are you looking for validation that supplier diversity is important and adds value to your company? You can find the basics right here. Then, you can dig deeper on our blog or with our videos, white papers, and e-books.

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8 Ways to Market and Advocate for Supplier Diversity

Companies that have a formal supplier diversity program want others to know about it for multiple reasons. Consumers and shareholders want the companies they buy from and work for to share their social values. This is most demonstrably achieved by investing in a diverse workforce and a diverse supply base. 

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Supplier Diversity Metrics Leadership Needs to See

Tracking supplier diversity metrics is crucial to ensure your initial supplier diversity objectives are being met and progressing forward. Making that information available to leaders within your organization is also essential to maintaining support and engagement for your program. Read More

How to Overcome Supplier Diversity Challenges

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