According to the most recent data from MBDA.gov (The Minority Business Development Agency) there are 5.8 million minority-owned firms in the U.S. that contribute $1 trillion in U.S. economic output and 5.8 6 million jobs per year. The largest growth segments of recent years include women-owned business, African-American women-owned business and Hispanic-American-owned business.
This represents monumental changes in the business leadership landscape, with many organizations rising to embrace the emerging opportunities.
Not only is an expanded network of partnerships good for business, but it’s also a key driver of economic development, job creation, and growth of sustainability of our communities.
Businesses of all sizes can benefit from a Supplier Diversity Strategy that recognizes the opportunities in bringing diverse perspectives and service offerings to the table.
As a minority owned business, we understand the benefits of partnering with the full array of leaders and entrepreneurs in the field: minorities, women, veterans, people with disabilities and more.
In addition, through our affiliations, we are able to serve as a connector for our like-minded clients to not only meet requirements of specific projects and initiatives, but exceed all expectations at every step of the way.
The future is here today, and at Taylor Oswald, we are focused on ensuring that every company we partner with has the opportunity to experience an expanded worldview – and the potential outcomes therein.
Contact us today to learn more about how we support our clients in their Supplier Diversity Strategies, both as a partner and consultant.