It is a practice of Wells Fargo that certified minority, women, disadvantaged and small business enterprises (MWDSBEs) have the maximum amount of opportunities to participate in supplier contracts. Follow a three-step process to be added to our database.
Step 1: Do you provide a service beneficial to Wells Fargo?
- Architecture, Construction and Property Management, Real Estate Services
- Furnishings, Office Equipment or Supplies, Moving and Storage
- Human Resource Staffing, Legal, Marketing, Technology Services
- Promotional Items, Printed Products
- Service Contracts, Maintenance and Repair
Step 2: Is your company certified as a MWDSBE?
- National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC)
- Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)
- National Gay and Lesbian Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC)
- United States Business Leadership Network (USBLN)
- National Women Business Owners Corporation (NWBOC)
- Small Business Administration (SBA) - 8 (a) Certification
- Department of Veterans Affairs
- Federal, State and/or Local Government Certifying Agencies
Step 3: Have you completed a Supplier Registration form?
- Company information - Name, Address, Contact information
- Certification information - Is your company owned 51% or more as a diverse company?
- If YES, complete the certification section (Principal owner information, Certification type, Expiration date, & Upload certification)
- If NO, select SAVE and move to next section
- Business biography - Company data, UNSPS codes, revenue, Business continuity plan, Business insurance “Commercial General Liability” required, References, Business relationships
- Business environmental - General environment information, certifications/partnerships
- Supplier summary - This area is provided for additional information about the company.
- if a potential business opportunity in your area of service becomes available and you meet the criteria, or
- to be considered to participate in local seminars, training, and other development opportunities.
Gaining experiences as a second-tier supplier also helps build relationships with Wells Fargo which may lead to potential first-tier opportunities in the future.