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Category: Reports and Studies
2022 State of Latino Entrepreneurship
This report highlights some of the most pressing post-pandemic issues facing American businesses during a period of economic uncertainty. We explore the decreasing proportion of businesses seeking funding and financing across the most popular sources of funding, including national bank loans.
Supplier.io Releases 2023 Supplier Diversity Benchmarking Report
Supplier.io released the 2023 Supplier Diversity Benchmarking Report — its analysis of over $1.4 trillion in actual supplier spend across 466 companies and more than 15 industries.
A Roadmap to Diversify the U.S. Renewable Energy and Battery Storage Supply Chains
A report released by ACORE and BW Research Partnership identifies existing MWBEs within the utility-scale wind, solar, and battery storage manufacturing supply chains; assesses existing supplier selection practices; and highlights opportunities to foster the growth of MWBEs and improve sector diversity.
Supplier.io Releases Fifth State of Supplier Diversity Report
Supplier.io recently released its fifth State of Supplier Diversity Report. This report is the continuation of an initiative that extends back to 2017 and reflects the growth and maturity of supplier diversity programs as well as the impact of overarching trends in the economy, geopolitics, and society.
McKinsey’s Next Gen Supplier Diversity Report
The latest McKinsey report offers a perspective on ways to close the gap. Expand diversity among your suppliers—and add value to your organization, discusses the current state of corporate programs, the economic and social impact of supplier diversity programs, and actions companies and minority-owned businesses can take to fuel growth going forward.
Report: What Investing In Black-Owned Media Means For Brands
Corporate brands are long overdue in paying attention to Black-owned media companies. Nielsen — a data and market measurement firm — is finally revealing why.
The company recently announced the launch of their Diverse Media Equity Program, which seeks to better survey diverse content historically excluded from media measurement, fund certification fees for diverse owned media and launch the first report on diverse media reach and audience profiles in its history.
COVID-19: Investing in Black Lives and Livelihoods
The unfolding public-health and possible economic disaster of the pandemic will disproportionately affect black Americans—unless stakeholders respond immediately.