Engage Enterprise is a not-for-profit specialist organisation dedicated to securing procurement contracts and supply chain opportunities for micro business including Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic enterprises (BAME) women and disabled-owned businesses.
Engage serves as a platform to bridge the gap between larger corporations and SMEs committed to seeking opportunities to diversify their supply chains.
Engage emerged in 2006 as a quarterly business publication that focused on 'supporting and promoting supplier diversity in its broadest sense'. With renowned support from public figures in politics and business CEOs including former Prime Minister Tony Blair, Mayor of London - Boris Johnson, Entrepreneur Theo Paphitis, it was clear that the bridge between marginalised micro enterprises and larger SMEs and the scope for securing contracts in various sectors where next to non-existent.
Since 2008, we have broadened our service, as a supportive umbrella organisation, representing over 5,000 micro businesses, linking larger organisations who demonstrate a commitment to diversifying their supply chains.