Supplier Diversity - What is it?

‘Diversity’ refers to the idea of variety, a central feature of the world that we and other species inhabit. Given current trends, diversity can be seen as an asset that can be exploited strategically by organisations which seek to build diversity into employment, marketing and purchasing policies.

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Diversity is a fact of life. With increases in international migration and globalisation, countries are becoming more socially, economically and culturally diverse. Given current trends, such diversity can be seen as an asset that can be exploited strategically by organisations which seek to build diversity into employment, marketing and purchasing policies.

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