Executive Briefings

GM Supports Supplier Diversity in Canada

General Motors of Canada has become the latest corporate member supporting the WEConnect Canada's efforts to increase supplier diversity and facilitate access to corporate supply chains for women-owned business enterprises across the country.
"General Motors' membership in WEConnect Canada demonstrates not only the commitment they have made to supplier diversity, but also emphasizes the value to be found in women-owned businesses," said Mary Anderson, executive director, WEConnect Canada.

"General Motors is committed to building successful, sustainable, and profitable business relationships," said Kevin Williams, president and managing director of General Motors of Canada. "By providing opportunities to entrepreneurs who might not otherwise have access, not only do we succeed in helping others, but we strengthen our supply chain with diverse skill sets and innovative thinking."

Source: WEConnect Canada

General Motors of Canada has become the latest corporate member supporting the WEConnect Canada's efforts to increase supplier diversity and facilitate access to corporate supply chains for women-owned business enterprises across the country.
"General Motors' membership in WEConnect Canada demonstrates not only the commitment they have made to supplier diversity, but also emphasizes the value to be found in women-owned businesses," said Mary Anderson, executive director, WEConnect Canada.

"General Motors is committed to building successful, sustainable, and profitable business relationships," said Kevin Williams, president and managing director of General Motors of Canada. "By providing opportunities to entrepreneurs who might not otherwise have access, not only do we succeed in helping others, but we strengthen our supply chain with diverse skill sets and innovative thinking."

Source: WEConnect Canada