Bloomberg Industry Group

Supplier diversity

We’re committed to having a diverse and inclusive workforce, and that extends to our supplier partnerships. We welcome you to learn more about our supplier diversity program, and invite you to apply to become a vendor.

Diverse partners move us all forward

At Bloomberg Industry Group, diversity and inclusion aren’t afterthoughts. They’re central to our success. Diverse supplier partnerships help us to drive our business forward and innovate for our clients.

Three easy steps to be considered as a diverse supplier

One

Complete the application

Suppliers should complete and submit the Supplier Registration Application so we can add you to our supplier database. You’ll receive a confirmation email after submitting your application.

Two

Supplier Diversity Group review

We value your interest and review all applications. If there’s an existing need for your product or services, you may be contacted by Bloomberg Industry Group purchasing.

Three

You’re on our list

If there’s not an immediate match, we’ll keep your information in our database for a year. Our team will include your company for consideration in upcoming procurements if there’s a fit.

What our diverse partners say about working with Bloomberg Industry Group

Our experience working for Bloomberg Industry Group has been nothing less than exceptional. From help in menu creation, to speedy approval by management, to the efficient team that receives the daily orders, to prompt feedback on our service and food, to billing and payment. The process has been extraordinary! Thank you for the opportunity to be one of your vendors and for all of the support that we received from your amazing team.
Javier Quiroga
Owner
As a woman-owned small business navigating a competitive catering market against larger, corporate caterers, we so appreciate the support of Bloomberg Industry Group. Bloomberg Industry Group is a champion of small businesses and the impact for companies like mine cannot be understated. Great clients like Bloomberg Industry Group directly impact our recovery from pandemic closure and we are truly appreciative of every order.
Erin White
Owner
At Amazi, we are always looking for aligned partnerships - and particularly, corporate ones where we feel our healthy, sustainable, and socially driven snacks will be the perfect fit for employees and teams. We were so grateful to be included in Bloomberg Industry Group's roundup of woman-owned suppliers in the DMV; it helps us build awareness and share our unique tropical fruit snacks… all the while helping our farmers and small business partners in Uganda. Grateful for this opportunity! Thanks, Bloomberg Industry Group, for choosing to Snack on Purpose!
Renee Dunn
Founder & CEO

Got a question? We’ve got answers.

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Do you provide high-quality products or services, offer top-notch customer service, and have fresh ideas about how to meet our business needs? One way we meet those needs is through a wide range of suppliers, and we are committed to partnering with more small businesses and disabled-owned, veteran-owned, LGTBQ+-owned, woman-owned, and/or minority-owned businesses.

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Our commitment

Bloomberg Industry Group engages with a vendor community that accurately reflects our workforce and our customer base

It’s our policy to foster the productivity and economic growth of small businesses and disabled-owned, veteran-owned, LGTBQ+-owned, woman-owned, and minority-owned businesses. Through outreach efforts, Bloomberg Industry Group provides fair and equal procurement opportunities for all capable competitive suppliers and vendors. By engaging supplier diversity as a value-added strategy, Bloomberg Industry Group expands business and obtains quality products and services while ensuring that our suppliers adequately reflect our customer base.

Certification

Third-party certification is not required to participate in Bloomberg Industry Group’s Supplier Diversity Program, but eligible businesses are encouraged to obtain applicable certifications.

  • National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC) or its affiliates
  • National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO)
  • Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)
  • U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA)
  • Historically Underutilized Businesses (HUB)
  • City, state, or federal certification agencies

Ready to partner with us?

Submit your application and we’ll let you know if there’s a fit.

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