Shaping the Supply Diversity Landscape
By joining hundreds of NMSDC corporate members, your company becomes an integral part of shaping the global supply diversity landscape. It’s been proven that a more qualified and inclusive workforce leads to improve market share and reduced operating costs — a win-win scenario from top to bottom. Read more >
Gain access to America’s most influential corporations by joining our dynamic community and supplier network. At NMSDC, we create opportunities for you to connect to the hundreds of corporate members who wish to build relationships with trusted minority-owned companies, like you. Read more >
The NMSDC Conference and Business Opportunity Exchange the nation’s premier forum on minority supplier development. For four days, more than 6,000 corporate CEOs, procurement executives and supplier diversity professionals from the top multinational companies, as well as leading Asian, Black, Hispanic and Native American business owners and international organizations will convene to re-energize their collective efforts to Certify > Develop > Connect > and Advocate for solid minority firms in the global corporate supply chain.
Affiliates & Members
The NMSDC Network includes 23 Regional Councils across the country and 1,750 corporate Members, including America’s top publicly-owned, privately-owned and foreign-owned companies. The Regional Councils certify and match more than 12,000 minority-owned businesses with member corporations. Read more >
NMSDC in the News
Watch Joset Wright-Lacy Passionately Advocate For Minority Businesses on The Roland Martin Show. Read more here.
NMSDC Surveys & Reports
National Survey: The Survey examines MBEs and focuses on the internal factors, those within a minority firm’s control, which may hamper their ability to obtain critical growth or acquisition capital. To read the full report, click here.
Economic Impact Report: NMSDC retained The Institute for Thought Diversity to conduct a study to assess the economic impact that the NMSDC MBE community has on the United States economy. To read the full report, click here.