As supplier diversity gains traction in the Asia Pacific region, the practice of procurement has evolved to encompass social and environmental considerations. In this virtual panel discussion, experienced subject matter experts will share how their companies integrate efforts to support gender-inclusive sourcing aid the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals. The webinar will be an insightful discussion for corporations on best practices with enhancing the business case for gender inclusive sourcing and leveraging the organization’s commitment to ESG for increased support.
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Geared to the C-Suite audience, this video provides a high level overview of global Supplier Diversity & Inclusion and how corporations and governments can benefit economically with inclusive sourcing efforts.
This report demonstrates why corporations such as Accenture, EY, IBM, Intel, Procter & Gamble, Walmart and others are investing time and resources to build global inclusive sourcing strategies. The report, entitled “The Business Case for Global Supplier Diversity and Inclusion: The Critical Contributions of Women and Other Underutilized Suppliers to Corporate Value Chains,” highlights many of the good practices corporations are implementing to achieve successful outcomes, what metrics are available to assess impact and what sustainable business benefits members are deriving from their access to the world’s best solutions.
This virtual panel discussion includes experienced subject matter experts from Citi Group, Intel and Procter & Gamble, who shared how their corporations leverage their support for gender inclusive sourcing in support of the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. The webinar is an insightful discussion for corporations on these best practices and how to enhance their internal business case for gender-inclusive sourcing.
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Learn how to accelerate inclusive sourcing from women entrepreneurs, the need for women to have equal access to markets, how major corporations are supporting women business-owners through strategic buying and sourcing, and more in this collection of insightful interviews.
Hear from experienced subject matter experts on the challenges and opportunities in developing sustainable supplier diversity efforts in Latin America.
WEConnect International has developed a Gold Standard Checklist to help multinational corporations and multilateral organizations assess their global supplier diversity and inclusion programs and identify potential areas for improvement. The checklist includes policy assessment, planning, processes and standards; measurement, tracking, reporting and accountability. Each item on the checklist is scored. The goal of any multinational corporation or multilateral organization dedicated to supplier diversity and inclusion is to reach 100 points – the Gold Standard.
This virtual panel discusses best practices to begin and develop sustainable SD&I efforts in Africa.
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This virtual panel discusses best practices to begin and develop sustainable SD&I efforts in Asia Pacific. The session was designed for representatives from corporations and buying organizations who are interested in finding out more about inclusive sourcing efforts in Asia Pacific.
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This virtual panel discusses best practices to begin and develop sustainable SD&I efforts in Europe. The session is designed for representatives from corporations and buying organizations who are interested in finding out more about supplier diversity and inclusion efforts in Europe.
According to the International Trade Administration, more than 70 percent of the world’s purchasing power and 95 percent of its customers are now located outside the US. To take your supplier diversity and inclusion program to the global level, WEConnect International has what you need to know to succeed. We will show you what you need to get started, practical steps to create a gold standard program and how to leverage the WEConnect International network to maximize your impact.
View a webinar presented by leading corporate supplier diversity and inclusion professionals from Accenture, Citi, Cummins, and Enterprise Holdings on how they have successfully expanded their SD&I efforts utilizing innovative strategies as well as providing best practices.
A diverse supply chain means a sustainable supply chain. The Supplier Diversity and Inclusion Code of Conduct has been developed by the Royal Bank of Scotland and endorsed by WEConnect International. The Code is guided by the principles of inclusion, development, compliance and continuous improvement.
Many certified women’s business enterprises offer help to combat the challenges of COVID-19. To assist in the global efforts addressing the challenges of COVID-19, the WEConnect International team has put together a listing of women-owned businesses, by region, that can support these efforts.
To help you fulfill your SD&I objectives, you can find women-owned business suppliers and see full company profiles in our WECommunity platform. Our global database of 10,000+ female suppliers and member buyers is accessible and searchable by WEConnect International member buyers and certified Women’s Business Enterprises.
The Global Tier 2 Toolkit was developed to assist corporate members with growing Tier 2 efforts beyond US borders, providing guidelines and best practices shared from successful corporate global initiatives. As procurement and tracking efforts vary by company, this is not meant to be an exhaustive list, but provides key information and strategic guidance.
This virtual panel discussion incudes experienced subject matter experts from Ford, IBM, Intel, Merck and Procter & Gamble, who share best practices and key SD&I implementation steps. See how these experts have developed and implemented strategies to engage prime suppliers within the corporate value chains with Global Supplier Diversity & Inclusion efforts and how they grew Tier 2 efforts beyond the U.S. borders.
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See the business case for supplier diversity with a clear, evidence-based presentation from the Hackett Group.
A new report by the Council on Scaling Women-Owned Businesses has found breaking down barriers to new markets and capital is essential for women-owned businesses to survive and thrive.