Annual Survey Highlights Organizations That “Strive for Diversity and Incorporate It Into Their Business Practices”
ConnXus is proud to announce that Black EOE Journal has named us to its 2013 “Best of the Best” list in the Top Supplier Diversity Programs for African-Americans.
ConnXus, based in Mason, Ohio, was named to this prestigious list alongside nearly 80 U.S. companies including AT&T, American Airlines, Ford Motor, General Mills, Nielsen, Office Max, State Farm and Walmart.
ConnXus is a web-based service that helps corporations locate, evaluate and engage small, woman- and minority-owned businesses.
“We’re honored to have been named to Black EOE Journal’s Best of the Best 2013 List. ConnXus continuously strives to connect top-notch Hispanic and other minority-owned suppliers with quality opportunities,” ConnXus founder and CEO Rod Robinson said.
Black EOE Journal is published by DiversityComm, which also publishes Black EOE Journal, Multicultural Professional Woman’s Magazine and the U.S. Veterans Magazine. Each year the publications conduct select evaluations of the nation’s Employers, Supplier Diversity Programs and Executives, Industry Leaders, Law Enforcement & Government Agencies and Colleges, Universities and MBA Schools.
Web-based service ConnXus, based in Mason, Ohio, helps corporations locate, evaluate and engage small, woman- and minority-owned businesses. A fully-integrated solution, ConnXus provides corporations with a host of services including targeted diverse supplier outreach, Tier 1 & Tier 2 diversity spend reporting and supplier registration portals. For more information, go to congresswomen. Also, connect via Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/ConnXus) and on Twitter (https://twitter.com/connxus).ConnXus helps grow small, woman- and minority-owned businesses by connecting them to Fortune 2000 corporations seeking a competitive edge through supplier diversity. Learn more at connxus.com