Recently, we announced a partnership with Certify My Company to assist self-classified suppliers in obtaining third-party diversity certifications.
The partnership furthers our commitment to increase overall spend with small and diverse suppliers to 25 percent by 2025. Our robust supply chain already includes more than 6,000 small or diverse suppliers, about 18 percent of which are third-party certified as diverse. A diverse business is generally defined as one that is 51 percent owned and controlled by women, ethnic minorities, veterans, LGBTQ, or disabled person(s).
Caterpillar believes diverse ideas and experiences lead to a deeper understanding. Read more about how Caterpillar's Women’s Initiative Network employee resource group in Singapore demonstrated this in a big way.
Caterpillar's workforce is made up of smart, diverse, committed people who work together to help build a better world. Read more about how Caterpillar is supporting its customers through groundbreaking solutions to giving back to its local communities.
St. Louis, MO, September 18, 2019 /3BL Media/ – For the third time in a row, financial-services firm Edward Jones was named one of the PEOPLE’s “50 Companies That Care" by PEOPLE Magazine and the Great Place to Work.
The third annual list will be featured in the Aug. 3, 2019, issue of PEOPLE, which hit newsstands nationwide on Wednesday, July 24. Edward Jones took the No. 11 spot on the list.
At Sappi, we are known for our history of paper innovation—but we don’t stop there. This past year we’ve launched an unprecedented amount of investments and initiatives all to support our customers and business. With our portfolio of high-quality sustainable products, including our new paperboard packaging, along with our outreach and marketing efforts, Sappi is here to serve its customers for the long haul.
Sappi educates on the power of paper
Our new site, POP from Sappi, celebrates the inspiring power of paper, print, and packaging.
New devices made from patterned release paper— for use in biotechnical applications—were included as one of five discoveries showcased at the University of Maine earlier this year, as part of their Maine Innovation, Research and Technology Accelerator (MIRTA) program. The innovative devices were developed in partnership with Sappi’s Westbrook Technology Center. MIRTA is a 16-week program that guides participants through customer discovery, market analysis, intellectual property analysis, and the development of a business model.