As a world-class company competing successfully on a global scale, Bayer recognizes that our personnel and supply base should reflect the diversity of an ever-changing market place that knows no geographic boundaries.
Bayer has spent billions of dollars with small and diverse businesses since establishing our Supplier Diversity Program in 1995. Though it is not required to be formally certified to participate in our Supplier Diversity Program, it is strongly encouraged.
Our Supplier Diversity Program (SDP) allows us to tap into talented suppliers that have the potential to reduce supply chain risk and be more responsive, innovative and in tune with changing tastes and preferences of our country without sacrificing total cost of ownership. As one of the four D&I strategic imperatives at Bayer, our commitment to Supplier Diversity is only one of many ways in which we fulfill our mission by positively impacting the communities in which we serve.
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We started Nova with the idea that all organizations, no matter where they are on their Diversity & Inclusion journey, can have profound impact and improve the experiences of their employees, customers and suppliers.
A Supplier may be classified as diverse if they are at least 51 percent owned, operated and controlled by a U.S. citizen (or citizens) from one of the following groups:
- African American/Black
- Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, and Asexual
- Native American
- Person with a Disability
- Veteran/ Service-Disabled Veteran
Goods & Services We Purchase
- Research & Development Materials and Services
- Technical Materials and Services
- Capital and Construction
- Contingent Labor and Staffing
- Facilities Services
- Information Technology Goods and Services
- Marketing Services
- Direct and Indirect Manufacturing Goods and Services
- HR Services
- Professional Services
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