Corporation Of The Year – 2020

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The 2020 NMSDC Conference
+ Business Opportunity Exchange (BOE)
October 26 – 29, 2020


Corporation Of The Year


Recognizes exemplary achievement in the area of minority supplier development. This award is regarded as the most significant honor to a major corporation for the utilization of Asian, Black, Hispanic and Native American companies. The company demonstrates exceptional strength in all areas critical to maintaining a solid minority supplier development process–policies; procurement, particularly growth in dollars and percent; MBE development; and leadership and engagement. We now recognize corporations by the five different classes. Class I is for firms with less than $10 billion in revenue; Class II is for firms with $11 billion to $50 billion in revenue; Class III is for firms with $51 billion to $100 billion in revenue; Class IV is for firms with $101 billion to $150 billion in revenue, and Class V is for firms with greater than $150 billion. One company from each class is named Corporation of the Year.

Class I
(Annual Revenue Less than $10 Billion)

Corporation Of the Year 2000 Winner - Class 1 - Kelly


Class II
(Annual Revenue Between $11 Billion and $50 Billion)

Corporation Of the Year 2000 Winner - Class 2 - Merck


Class III
(Annual Revenue Between $51 Billion And $100 Billion)

Corporation Of the Year 2000 Winner - Class 3 - Walt Disney Co


Class IV
(Annual Revenue Between $101 Billion and $150 Billion)

Corporation Of the Year 2000 Winner - Class 4 - Fiat Chrysler


Class V
(Annual Revenue Greater than $150 Billion)

Corporation Of the Year 2000 Winner - Class 5 - Toyota