Stellantis and the National Business League (NBL) launched the National Black Supplier Development Program to support Black. The inaugural collective includes 15 Black-owned businesses representing geographic diversity and different commodities and disciplines. The program also added eight a diverse group of eight corporate partners.

The carmaker will provide NBL with the resources to develop the online portal for the program. The two organizations will create virtual training tools for the resource marketplace to provide access to capital, mentorship, executive coaching, supplier training and development, bid posting, and match-making.

According to Stellantis North America COO Mark Stewart, the launch of the inaugural collective and the addition of corporate partners will ensure that the program will be a sustainable source of significant business development and opportunities for Black businesses, entrepreneurs, and communities for many years to come.

NBL President and CEO Dr. Kenneth L. Harris added that the Stellantis-National Business League National Black Supplier Development Program is an important milestone moment on the road to leveling the playing field and achieving economic justice for Black communities and millions of Black businesses. The program is expected to realize 20-30% of the untapped potential of Black businesses.

Stellantis and the National Business League (NBL) launched the National Black Supplier Development Program to support Black-owned companies. The inaugural collective includes 15 Black-owned businesses representing geographic diversity and different commodities and disciplines. The program also added a diverse group of eight corporate partners.

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