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Supplier Connection is a dynamic community of procurement managers, entrepreneurs, and economic development organizations committed to improving their communities and creating American jobs.
No where is this more true than in Connecticut, where the dedicated team behind CT Supplier Connection is working to enhance economic opportunities in their state.
As part of that effort, CT Supplier Connection hosted its first event: “CT Small and Diversity Suppliers: Is Your Company Ready to Win Contracts with Large Buyers?”
It’s clear entrepreneurs from across Connecticut were interested in answering that question, as more than 60 small and diverse business owners attended the event.
To find out what it takes to register for Supply Connection and win large corporate contracts, those in attendance were furnished with presentations by: Jay Sheldon Wesley, head of global supplier diversity and performance at Pitney Bowes Inc.; Gary Breitbart, head of CT Supplier Connection; and Tim Coates, economic development program manager at IBM Corporate Citizenship.
You can view the event presentation here.
CT Supplier Connection was launched in January 2016 with the goal of registering more than 200 Connecticut suppliers by December 2016 — and the number of small and diverse suppliers registered stood at more than 175, following the event.
The Supplier Connection community is alive and growing – especially in Connecticut!