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We bring together practitioners, researchers and industry experts to share insight & know-how and guide business leaders into the future. For large organisations, we also provide a medium to long term strategies for getting started in supplier diversity.
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Prof. Leonard Greenhalgh of Ivy League’s Tuck School of Business Management their commitment to Minority Business Education & partnership with MSDUK.
There’s a 95% failure rate for start-ups in the first 5 years. Entrepreneurs thinking they
have got a great idea, may know how to deliver a service, or a product. However, where businesses are most likely to suffer is not thinking about how to manager cash flow, employees, marketing or operations strategy the way that large organisations do. There are the things that hold people back in building successful businesses and in 4 days where we can teach them everything they wish they knew that screws people out of business.” MSDUK delivers this residential programme annually for high potential business owners in partnership with Ivy League’s Tuck School of Business and
Aston Business School.
In the Spotlight: Syed Ahmed, CEO of Savortex shares his experience of attending the Tuck Executive Education Program, in USA on scholarship provided by MSDUK.
SAVORTEX is an award winning British, IoT (internet of things) hand drying technology manufacturer and we have just launched our latest innovation. As a runner-up at the MSDUK Innovation Challenge 2017,Savortex was awarded a a week-long residential programme at Ivy Leagues’ Tuck School of Business, Dartmouth on a full scholarship worth $10,000 sponsored by EY. The “Building a High-Performing Minority Business” programme focuses
on strategy implementation to drive results, leverage the value chain, and improve the bottom line
RESOURCES & TOOLKIT
MSDUK & CIPS White Paper | Supplier Diversity:
MSDUK Social Impact Report 2012
How to make Supplier Diversity Work outside of Procurement
THE ROAD TO INCLUSIVE PROCUREMENT
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