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How to Get Supplier Contracts with Fortune 500 Companies

Do you operate a minority or a women-owned business? Is your small firm a veteran business enterprise?
If the answer is yes to any of these questions, it could help to get the appropriate certification from an agency that the corporation recognizes.

All suppliers have to meet high standards of product and service quality as well as specific objectives related to cost quality and delivery.

To be considered for supplier diversity contracts,

Businesses are encouraged to seek certification from one of the following agencies:

National Minority Supplier Development Council

Women's Business Enterprise National Council

Small Business Administration

Association for Service Disabled Veterans

Certification by local and state governments

Americans with Disabilities ADA

The Bottom Line

Supplier contracts with Fortune 500 companies can propel small firms to the next level. Of course, it isn’t easy to win a contract with a big company.

The process requires you to learn how to highlight your skills in a manner that gives the buyer the confidence to deal with you.

However, if you do manage to get your firm on the approved list of suppliers of a giant corporation, it could be the beginning of a new phase of growth for your business.

Give it your best effort, and remember to be patient. If you are successful in winning a contract from a Fortune 500 company, the rewards can be tremendous.

Need Help?


1- Free initial phone consultation
2- Pre qualify your firm for certification
3- Free market research If you are not sure about your target market
4- Expedite your success based on your goals
5- Provide you with consultation throughout the process at subsidize SBA J-7 Rates

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