Trinity Tech Inc- CAMSC Technology Innovation Award 2019
At the 15th Crystal Celebration of the Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council (CAMSC)’s annual Business Achievement Awards this evening, supplier diversity (SD) advocates representing a variety of sectors and industries, shared insights and lessons from their SD journey in a special, “A History in the Making” segment. The presentation featured Topnotch Employment Services Inc. who spoke about implementing SD in the first five years of the business, Accenture shared insights regarding SD in the company’s growth phase at 10 years and LA Metal Stamping Co. inspired with a look into the future of SD in the family-run business.
Eight awards were presented to innovators, champions and advocates of SD in North America. Winners represent manufacturing, technology, automotive, food services, professional services and pharmaceutical industries. A special
President’s Award was introduced this year and given to a corporation for its significant impact on CAMSC and the overall development and growth of supplier diversity in Canada.
Hosted by Master of Ceremonies, Brandon Gonez from CP24, the CAMSC Business Achievement Awards provided an opportunity to celebrate the individual and collective accomplishments achieved this year, including the economic
advancement of minority businesses across all sectors.
“We are in awe each year at the perseverance and efforts undertaken by all our members. In our milestone year, I am honored to be given the opportunity to personally thank each and every attendee for sharing our vision of a
business landscape where supplier diversity is valued by all for the role it plays in creating wealth in Aboriginal and minority-owned businesses,” said Cassandra Dorrington, President and CEO of CAMSC.