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Our Dedication to Supplier Diversity

Old National Bank understands that diverse suppliers help contribute to the overall economic growth and well-being of the communities in which we live and work. We know that establishing strategic partnerships with our diverse suppliers helps create value for our customers and provides us with a competitive advantage. We are truly appreciative of our partnerships as we collaborate in delivering impactful results while serving our clients and communities better. 

Our Supplier Diversity Program has exposed Old National Bank to an entire vendor marketplace that highlights exceptionally talented certified partners with unique skills and services. Empowering these unique perspectives generates creative ideas and sustainable plans which enhance our opportunity to earn customers for life. 

While we are proud of Old National’s achievements and accomplishments, we recognize much remains to be done. This is why we are so firmly committed to an inclusive approach and helping bridge the gaps between diverse suppliers and corporations. 

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