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Understanding and finding women-owned business enterprises

To effectively increase the number of women-owned business enterprises participating in corporate supply chains, corporations must develop a network of suppliers that are both owned and controlled by women and capable of providing goods and services in the quantities and of the quality required. This includes suppliers at all levels of the value chain. This requires, from the outset, an in-depth understanding of the potential supplier base and market opportunities, as well as a commitment by corporate management to pursue gender-responsive procurement.

Related Subject(s): Women and Gender Issues
Sustainable Development Goals:
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