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Corporate Supplier Diversity programs

 

Corporate America spends alot of money on goods and services.  While we know MBE firms aren't getting their fair share of the business, many large corporations have programs to try to improve.  Although many of these programs were formed to promote a good public image, many corporations are realizing that they help improve the bottom line by increasing the level competition amongst their suppliers.

Here are some links to corporations who promote their minority business programs:

 

Adam's Mark Hotels

AOL Time Warner

Apple Computer

AT&T

Bank of America

Boeing

Bosch

Bristol-Meyers Squibb

Chevron

Cingular

Cisco

Coca Cola

Coors

Daimler-Chrysler

Diebold

DuPont

Eastman Kodak

Eli Lilly

Food Marketing Institute

Ford

General Electric

General Mills

General Motors

Georgia Pacific

Healthtrust Purchasing Group

Hertz

Hewlett-Packard

JC Penney

Johnson & Johnson

Lucent Technologies

Marriott

McCormick

Merck

Motorola

New York Life

Nissan

Nordstrom

Office Depot

 

Pacific Gas & Electric

Pepsi-Cola

Philip Morris

Pitney Bowes

Proctor & Gamble

Qwest

Sears, Roebuck

Shell Oil

Silicon Graphics

Sprint

Square D

Staples

Telcordia Technologies

Toyota

Unisys

Verizon Communications

Wachovia

Waste Management

Wells Fargo Bank

 

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