Yalo Receives Minority-Owned Certification From NMSDC

If you’ve spent any time at Yalo, you’ll know that diversity is more than just one of our buzzwords—it’s a commitment to how we hire and how we work. That’s why we’re proud to announce that we’ve earned a Certification of Minority-Owned Business from the National Minority Supplier Development Council’s Georgia Division.

Yalo is 100% minority-owned, with 45% female and 22% minority employees, including African American, Asian, Latino and LGBTQ.

As Georgia’s leading advocacy organization for small business development and supplier diversity, the Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council (GMSDC) certifies Minority Business Enterprise firms, assists them in preparing to engage global supply chains, and supports partnerships with corporations and governments in need of their goods and services.  

We firmly believe that diversity fosters creativity, innovation, and better problem-solving, and are dedicated to maintaining a workforce that reflects the communities we serve. This certification will allow us to help corporations with Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives to meet their supplier goals and metrics. We’re excited about these new opportunities to expand delivery of our award-winning marketing and advertising capabilities to a broader and more diverse client base.

If you’re interested in learning more about the Georgia Minority Supplier Development Council and their efforts to support minority-owned businesses, check out their website at nmsdc.org.

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