Read about how NMSDC has helped your business community in Detroit, MI, this year's host to the NMSDC Conference and Business Opportunity Exchange.
Myths persist in the public’s perception despite their obvious misinformation. This is true in the minority business arena as well as in other facets of life.
Diversity has become a business buzzword in recent times, with numerous C-suite executives viewing it as simply a tick-box exercise, alas. And yet a growing welter of evidence suggests the manifold advantages of utilising diverse supply chains – engaging suppliers from ethnic, racial and gender minorities – are too significant to be ignored.
The National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) and the supplier diversity team at Capital One today announced the winner of the CATAPULT competition: Ricardo Regalado, CEO and Founder, Rozalado & Co. CATAPULT is a seven-month business development program designed to assist diverse business owners in creating innovative solutions to critical issues within their own organizations. Culmination of the program is a competition to create a digitally-oriented solution to a company-specific business challenge with the winner receiving a grant and additional advanced education and consultation.
National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) today announced it has received a $350,000 gift for the organization’s Centers of Excellence (COE) initiatives. The COEs are regional business modules designed to strengthen corporate supplier diversity processes and to help minority businesses compete in a global environment.
Effective July 13th, The National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) named an interim executive director in the role previously held by Joset Wright-Lacy.