At River City Bank, we believe our success is directly related to the vitality of the communities we serve, and we are dedicated to our ongoing efforts to invest in our communities. This includes engaging the best suppliers through various initiatives like our Supplier Diversity Program.
Our Supplier Diversity Program identifies and develops relationships with certified small and diverse companies that share our core values and commitment to providing exceptional client service. Examples of products and services the Bank may need include:
In order to meet the definition of a diverse supplier, your company must operate as a business entity which is at least 51% owned, operated and controlled by U.S. Citizens who are members of one of the following groups:
Preferably, your company should be certified by an official certification agency such as the National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC), National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC), National Women Business Owners Corporation (NWBOC), Small Business Administration (SBA), United States Business Leadership Network (USBLN), Unites States Department of Veteran Affairs, Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC), and other applicable agencies.
To receive our Supplier Information Form and be considered as a potential supplier, please email us at [email protected]. Once completed, the form should be emailed back to River City Bank. The Bank will review all information provided, assess our supplier needs, and communicate our decision within a timely manner.
Registering with River City Bank’s Supplier Diversity Program does not guarantee your company will receive a request to bid and/or a contract from River City Bank. However, if the Bank decides your products/services are not needed at the time of registration, we will add your company to our supplier diversity database. A representative from River City Bank will contact you should an opportunity become available that matches your company’s product or service offering.
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