Supplier Diversity: The “Will and the Skill”

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The pandemic’s burden is falling disproportionately on vulnerable populations. At the same time, many are grappling with ways to keep local businesses afloat. Could the power of collective action—channeling the nonprofits community’s tremendous purchasing power—serve as a strategic solution to both? Whether through inclusive procurement or intentionally approaching a large capital spend, supplier diversity can prove mutually beneficial for nonprofits and their surrounding communities.

Clare Golla
Managing Director—Head of Foundation & Institutional Advisory Services

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