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Therefore, when it is economically sensible, and when it does not affect our company’s competitive posture, it is the company-wide policy of 3i People to assist in developing and strengthening minority and women-owned businesses by:
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Strengthening the minority and women business community economically contributes to the overall economic growth and expansion of U.S. markets. Since 3i People is a “small” business, participating in minority and women business activities gives us access to other small businesses that can become some of our best vendors and partners. And since 3i People is also a minority business, our participation in minority and women business programs sometimes gives us a seat at the table to be considered as a vendor to some of the largest corporations in the United States.
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For the purposes of the 3i People company policy, a Minority Business Enterprise is defined as a company that is at least fifty-one percent owned, managed, and controlled by one or more minority persons (Asian-American, Black-American, Hispanic-American, or Native American). A Women-Owned Business Enterprise is defined as a company that is at least fifty-one percent owned, managed, and controlled by one or more women.