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Global Partnerships

The SASDC forms part of a global network of similar organizations based in USA, Canada, UK, China and Australia.  Our global partners interact and collaborate regularly via the Global Supplier Diversity Alliance (GSDA).

All of these partners subscribe to a similar yet locally relevant business model of being corporate member-based and driven, with the certification of under-represented minorities (constituting their beneficiaries) being the pre-cursor for matching and linking to corporate member procurement opportunities.

 

The National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), established in 1972, is the global leader in advancing business opportunities for its certified Asian, Black, Hispanic and Native American business enterprises and connecting them to member corporations. This is done by matching more than 12,000 minority business enterprises with its vast network of more than 1,750 American corporations, state-owned companies, and universities.  We have a proud association with the US-based National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), one of the leading supplier diversity advocacy organizations in the world. The NMSDC has been instrumental as a technical partner in the process leading up to and following the establishment of the SASDC.

 

www.nmsdc.org                       

 

CAMSC operates as a private sector-led, non-profit membership organization comprised of major multinational corporations operating in Canada. It aims to boost economic development efforts and employment by championing business relationships, and economic growth of the Canadian supply chain through the inclusion of Aboriginals and Minority suppliers.

 

 

www.camsc.ca

 

MSDUK is the UK’s leading non-profit membership organization driving inclusive procurement. It promotes the ethos of diversity and inclusion in public and private sector supply chains by identifying and introducing innovative and entrepreneurial ethnic minority-owned businesses (EMBs).  Its network of over 40 purchasing organizations, 500+ buyers and an extended community of over 3000 ethnic minority-owned businesses who work together to network, share knowledge and build lasting relationships to achieve growth.

www.msduk.org.uk

 

MSD China is the 1st national non-profit platform in China dedicated to driving the development of China’s minority-owned businesses through connecting minority suppliers with purchasing corporations for procurement opportunities on a mutually beneficial basis. It provides a platform for communication and business exchanges between minority suppliers and purchasing corporations and the development of its minority suppliers into competitive and successful regional and global suppliers.

www.msdchina.org

 

Supply Nation is Australia’s premier business-to-business membership body dedicated to growing diversity within the supply chain.  Supply Nation’s goal is to connect Australian corporate and government organizations with Indigenous business suppliers who are already achieving success or have the potential to develop into vibrant, vital businesses.  Its aim is to ensure that small to medium Indigenous businesses have the opportunity to be integrated into the supply chains of Australian companies and Government agencies.

www.supplynation.org.au