KPMG is now sourcing a range of goods and services from Indigenous-owned businesses ©PA Images
KPMG is now sourcing a range of goods and services from Indigenous-owned businesses ©PA Images

How KPMG made working with Indigenous suppliers ‘business as usual’

20 August 2018

From office supplies and catering to health and safety programmes and defibrillator kits, professional services firm KPMG is now sourcing a range of goods and services from Indigenous-owned businesses.

Catherine Hunter, partner – corporate citizenship, said by working with procurement the firm has transformed its work with Indigenous-owned suppliers from a “nice-to-have” policy to “business-as-usual” practice.

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