Supplier diversity is an integrated business practice to proactively procure products and services from diverse and small businesses that mirror the diversity of the various communities where Sanofi operates. It is reflective of our workforce, patients, customers and supplier base.
Supplier Diversity Registration
How to Register with Sanofi
All small and diverse suppliers interested in doing business with Sanofi should send an e-mail detailing their capabilities to email@example.com.
**Please note that registering on this site does NOT guarantee that you will do business with Sanofi.
Suppliers are encouraged to apply for certification from a certifying agency such as: NMSDC, WBENC, NGLCC, Disability:IN, HUBZone, VETBIZ, NaVOBA & SBA.
Supplier Diversity – Affiliates
The New York & New Jersey Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc. (The Council), established in 1973, is a vital link between major corporations and minority business enterprises (MBEs). Serving the New York and New Jersey region, The Council is one of the 23 regional affiliates of the National Minority Supplier Development Council, Inc. (NMSDC).
WPEO is a dynamic community of certified women-owned businesses, building on their success through mutually beneficial partnerships with Fortune 1000 corporations and other WBEs.
Diversity Alliance for Science provides a platform to identify, attract, and develop small and diverse businesses to drive inclusive procurement practices in corporate, academic, and governmental entities within the life science and healthcare industries.
The Disability:IN™ mission is to help business drive performance by leveraging disability inclusion in the workplace, supply chain, and marketplace.
The National LGBT Chamber of Commerce is a U.S. not-for-profit advocacy group that aims to expand the economic opportunities and advancement of the LGBT business community.
The National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce New York provides its members with transformation networking and educational opportunities that increase the financial, intellectual and social capital of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender business community.
NaVOBA's mission is simple — to create opportunities for all of America's veteran-owned businesses. More than 3 million men and women who have defended our nation's freedoms by serving in America's armed forces have made the choice to start their own small businesses after their military service. We call them vetrepreneurs.
The HUBZone Empowerment Act became law as part of the Small Business Reauthorization Act of 1997. The Small Business Administration (SBA) regulates and implements the program, determines which businesses are eligible to receive HUBZone contracts, maintains a database of qualified HUBZone businesses, and adjudicates protests of eligibility to receive HUBZone contracts.
The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) was created in 1953 as an independent agency of the federal government to aid, counsel, assist and protect the interests of small business concerns, to preserve free competitive enterprise and to maintain and strengthen the overall economy of our nation. We recognize that small business is critical to our economic recovery and strength, to building America's future, and to helping the United States compete in today's global marketplace. Although SBA has grown and evolved in the years since it was established in 1953, the bottom line mission remains the same.
Supplier Diversity Awards
LGBTQ Business Equality Excellence Award
Sanofi was the 2018 Supplier Diversity-Recipient of the BEG (Business Equality Pride Magazine) LGBTQ Business Equality Excellence Award. Click here for more information about this award.
Equal employment opportunities will be provided on the basis of individual merit and personal qualifications and without regard to race; color; creed; religion; national origin; age; ancestry; nationality; marital, domestic partnership or civil union status; sex, gender, gender identity or expression; affectional or sexual orientation; disability; veteran or military service or liability for military service; domestic violence victim status; atypical cellular or blood trait; genetic information (including the refusal to submit to genetic testing) or any other characteristic protected by law.