We recognize the importance of having a diverse supplier base that reflects our patients and customers around the world. By working with small and diverse suppliers, we tap into new ideas that add value to our businesses and provide innovative solutions to our marketing, manufacturing and research & development efforts. Our Supplier Diversity Program helps us attract qualified small and diverse suppliers to support our business needs.
Our commitment to Supplier Diversity led us to establish a formal Office of Supplier Diversity in 1998 in addition to our ongoing active outreach program. The Office is integrated into our operating companies through Supplier Diversity leadership representatives, and also includes additional representation for our corporate and category leadership teams.
We believe that when our supplier base reflects the diversity of the consumers and patients who use our products and services, we achieve our mission of helping people live longer, happier, healthier lives.
Ultimately, it’s about ensuring that we respond to our responsibility and obligation to our communities, and working with our suppliers to create global good wherever we can.
For almost 10 years, we have grown together to what we now consider a global platform. Johnson & Johnson has made us a better company by supporting our business aspirations and serving as an exemplary example of citizenship, diversity and inclusion.
The sponsorship to attend the Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University is an investment in a supplier partner to grow in scope and scale, so we can continue our services globally in the future for Johnson & Johnson.
We invite you to learn more about our commitment to fostering a diverse supplier base and welcome all potential suppliers who can fulfill our requirements on a competitive basis to see if they qualify to be part of our Supplier Diversity program:
Recognized for the 8th year as a top 50 corporation for Multi-Cultural Business.
For the 6th consecutive year, Minority Business News named Johnson & Johnson to its list of Corporate 101: Most Admired Companies in supplier diversity.
Johnson & Johnson was named by the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce to its Million Dollar Club for demonstrating a commitment to minority and women-owned businesses.
The Women's Business Enterprise National Council awarded Johnson & Johnson its Top Corporations of the Year for Women’s Business Enterprises award for the 10th time.
Johnson & Johnson is a member of Billion Dollar Roundtable, a group of 21 companies that spend at least $1 billion dollars annually with certified minority and women-owned businesses.
Member of U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Million Dollar Club for spending between $250,000 and $500,000 a year with certified Hispanic-owned businesses.
Named “Top Supplier Program for Veterans” by U.S. Veterans Magazine.
Awarded “Up and Coming Member of the Year” by Supply Nation (Australia).
Awarded Women's Business Enterprise National (WBEN) Council’s Top Corporations of the Year for Women’s Business Enterprises.
Recognized by National Minority Supplier Development Council as a Top Corporation for Development.
Johnson & Johnson was “Highly Commended” by WeConnect for the company’s supplier diversity programs.