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Disability Inclusion to Improve Supply Chain Performance

It takes internal support for people with disabilities as key contributors to competitive success to successfully include disabled entrepreneurs in the supply chain. By Malibu Kothari

In the U.S., 1-out-of-5 people have a disability, and millions of able people with disabilities continue to be excluded from the economic mainstream. In response, many of them have started businesses. A survey conducted by the Chamber of Commerce found that 44 percent of people with disabilities who are self-employed started a business because they needed to create their own job. Providing equal opportunities for inclusion in corporate supply chains is an excellent strategy for gaining a bet....

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