Archive | Supplier Diversity 2013

Reggie Williams Discusses Recent Trends in Supplier Diversity

It’s easy for a business to give someone a title and proclaim a commitment to supplier diversity. However, there is a big difference between having a supplier diversity program and having a program that works. Simply put, the difference is in action — not just words. According to Reginald Williams, CEO of Atlanta-based Procurement Resources … more →

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The Capacity to Succeed – Book Review

How can minority businesses sustain themselves in today’s hyper-competitive world? By building capacity! In his most candid and revealing book to date, Dr. Melvin Gravely offers well-researched insights and new strategies based upon his own real-world successes and failures. He offers minority business owners, major corporations and community leaders actionable practices they can put into … more →

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Choctaw-Kaul’s Tubby weathers the storms, reaps the rewards, pays it forward

With an entrepreneurial spirit and determination, Native American Kenny Tubby started Choctaw Glove & Safety Co. Inc. with friends and tribal members in 1992. On the outskirts of the Mississippi Choctaw reservation, it manufactures industrial work gloves and protective sleeves to distribute throughout the mid-South. Although small and barely profitable, in 1994 the manufacturing company … more →

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