BayOne TechTalk Tuesdays
Supply chain inclusion has the potential for being the greatest equalizer. Socially responsible companies can harness the power of supplier diversity programs to reach out to minority owned businesses and create jobs in underserved and underrepresented communities. These concentrated efforts distribute the economic fruits of success to a larger talent pool and amplify entrepreneurship opportunities for the whole community.
But, what does it take to have a successful supplier diversity program? We'll talk to Bryan about what makes a supplier diversity program stand out, why supplier diversity is an "approach," not a "category," and what 2020 has meant for supplier diversity programs.
Sign up + get access to the replay of the conversation here:
Episode 11: Making a Supplier Diversity Program Work
Date and time: 22nd September, 12:30 PM Pacific Time
Duration: 30 min (incl. Q & A)
Guest : Bryan Wiggins, Program Manager, Supplier Diversity, Global Procurement Services at Cisco.
Register for free today at the link below!
To ensure that webinar attendees get the most relevant information, each webinar will be held by an expert who has practically proven (and visible) results in the topic area being covered.
We highly recommend attending live so you can ask all of your most pressing questions. If you are unable to attend live due to any reason, the webinar replay link will be sent to you. For any questions or queries, reach out to us at [email protected]
Making a Supplier Diversity Program Work
You will learn:
These are some of the points we will be talking about:
What does it take to have a successful supplier diversity program?
How can companies leverage inclusive procurement to facilitate healthy competition, improve products quality and reduce costs?
How can organizations simplify the process of finding minority-owned vendors that meet diverse procurement requirements?
Making diversity progress truly inclusive
Building true inclusivity through diversity progress
How can leaders check the effectiveness and accountability of their supplier diversity programs?