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Felicia Watlington, president/founder for Supplier Diversity Works! (SDW) presented two webinars in February entitled “Success in Diversity Sourcing”. Corporate representatives in attendance expressed gratitude in the valuable online tutorial. The tutorial was designed to help them effectively use the SupplierDiversityWorks Online Community, SDW’s exclusive, innovative tool for finding certified, qualified diverse vendors.

Registered participants in the Diversity Sourcing Success Webinars included ABB Inc., Alliant Energy, Bayer Business & Technology Services, Belk Store Services, Cephalon, Cintas, CPS Energy, Duke Energy, Family Dollar, GE Energy, General Assembly Mission Council/Presbyterian Church USA, Grand Rapids Community College, GSD&M Idea City, John Deere & Company, Kelly Services, Lowe’s Companies Inc., The Lubrizol Corporation, Marshall and Ilsley Bank, United States Small Business Administration, State of Michigan, S&D Coffee, Time Warner Cable, The TJX Companies, and the University of California, Berkeley. For more information, visit www.mySDcommunity.com. To sign up for future diversity sourcing webinars that will support your organization in achieving diversity spend goals, please visit http://www.supplierdiversityworks.com/contact.html.

About Supplier Diversity Works LLC:

Supplier Diversity Works LLC helps buyers in corporate/government settings achieve supplier diversity goals and objectives, including diversity spend goals. In addition, SDW helps small businesses achieve revenue goals. SDW has developed Your Economic Stimulus Toolkit (www.YESToolkit.com), the premier guide and e-book for small business owners and entrepreneurs seeking stimulus revenue opportunities. SDW has also successfully launched a division that aids the contracting community in achieving Good Faith Efforts/minority business compliance for publicly-funded projects (www.SupplierDiversityWorks.com/GoodFaith).
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