2018-Award Winners

Sept 27, 2018

  Supplier of the Year
Founded in 2006, emergiTEL has evolved into a prolific Staffing Agency with a specialization in the placement of Technology and Business Professionals.
  Procurement Business Advocate of the year
Reggie (Reginald) Humphrey has been Senior Manager, Supplier Diversity at General Motors (GM) since 2012, but has been with GM over two decades.
  Small Business of the Year
Established in 1983, AceTronic manufactures, distributes and services products that plastic manufacturers in Canada, U.S. and Mexico use to make their own products.

  Technology Innovation Award
Founded in 1976, LA Metal Stamping Co. is a business that designs, patents and manufactures metal stamped parts.
  Collaboration Award
Procuring with a purpose is important to the City of Toronto. In 2017, the City of Toronto implemented the Social Procurement Program, which uses the organization’s procurement to create positive social and economic outcomes.
  Tier 1 Champion of Supplier Diversity
Dana Incorporated provides engineered solutions for improving the efficiency and sustainability of powered vehicles and machinery.
Corporation of the Year
At TOYOTA, their long-standing commitment to diversity and inclusion is driven by their founding principles of Respect for People and Continuous Improve-ment. 



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