It takes internal support for people with disabilities to shine as key contributors and successful entrepreneurs in the supply chain.
By Shaniqua Thomas
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 understanding the market....