65 Suppliers Quotes On Success In Life

These suppliers quotes will inspire you. Suppliers a person or organization that provides something needed such as a product or service.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging suppliers quotes, suppliers sayings, and suppliers proverbs.

Best Suppliers Quotes

  1. “You must have a supplier relationship of constant improvement.” ~ W. Edwards Deming
  2. “Only recently have people begun to recognize that working with suppliers is just as important as listening to customers.” ~ Barry Nalebuff
  3. “Everyone is a customer for somebody or a supplier to somebody.” ~ W. Edwards Deming
  4. “In a very real sense, there are only two roles in organizations: customers and suppliers. Everybody functions simultaneously in both roles, whether inside or outside the organization the essence of good business, therefore, is the quality of the relationship between customer and supplier.” ~ Stephen Covey , Suppliers quotes relationship
  5. “We like people who are honest. Honest in argument, honest with clients, honest with suppliers, honest with the company – and above all, honest with consumers.” ~ David Ogilvy

  6. “To have a healthy and thriving business, there must be healthy relationships with the C.E.O.S. in the organization and I’m not referring to the Chief Executive Offficers. I am talking about the Customers, the Employees, the Owner (or stockholders), and the Suppliers.” ~ James Hunter
  7. “Let us ask our suppliers to come and help us to solve our problems.” ~ W. Edwards Deming
  8. “If I am selling to you, I speak your language. If I am buying, dann müssen sie Deutsch sprechen.” ~ Willy Brandt
  9. “More and more companies are reaching out to their suppliers and contractors to work jointly on issues of sustainability, environmental responsibility, ethics, and compliance.” ~ Simon Mainwaring

  10. “In most cases, preferred supplier contracts contain volume commitments that, if not met, could jeopardize the entire contract and cost the company millions in lost discounts based on nonperformance. This is precisely why compliance with preferred vendors and contracted rates is critical.” ~ Jeff Pulver
  11. “Quality in a product or service is not what the supplier puts in. It is what the customer gets out and is willing to pay for. A product is not quality because it is hard to make and costs a lot of money, as manufacturers typically believe. This is incompetence. Customers pay only for what is of use to them and gives them value. Nothing else constitutes quality.” ~ Peter Drucker
  12. “Food is a product of supply and demand, so try to figure out where the supplies are fresh, the suppliers are creative, and the demanders are informed.” ~ Tyler Cowen
  13. “Im either running from life or im just waiting to die im the supplier or fire if you chasing a high.” ~ T.I.
  14. “A smart manager will establish a culture of gratitude. Expand the appreciative attitude to suppliers, vendors, delivery people, and of course, customers.” ~ Harvey Mackay

  15. “GM is a highly collaborative organization; we rely on a whole tier of suppliers for everything that we do.” ~ Tony Scott
  16. “We believe that there is no greater power in the world than the force of a great idea. We believe that people are the lifeblood of every organization. We believe that the best companies are true meritocracies, where people rise and fall through their own contributions, not through game playing or politics. We believe that work isn’t simply a paycheck; it is the ultimate expression of a fully realized self. We believe that a company’s obligations extend far beyond its bottom line and its shareholders – to a wider constituency that includes employees, customers, suppliers, and the community.” ~ John A. Byrne
  17. “So much business is based on the belief that we should do whatever we can within legal limits to make as much money as we can. Ben & Jerry’s was based on values, and we try to operate a business that not just sells ice cream but partners with all our stakeholders – whether that’s suppliers or customers – to bring about a more sustainable world.” ~ Jerry Greenfield
  18. “When you’re a young talent, and you want to launch your brand, you always have tons of questions: Where should I produce? Should I launch a second line? Should I do shoes, accessories? If you have someone who can coach you and give you advice and help you find the right supplier, it’s a big help.” ~ Delphine Arnault
  19. “The aim proposed here for any organization is for everybody to gain – stockholders, employees, suppliers, customers, community, the environment – over the long term.” ~ W. Edwards Deming

  20. “We’ve now become conscious of the uncalculated social, economic, and environmental costs of that kind of “unconscious” capitalism. And many are beginning to practice a form of “conscious capitalism,” which involves integrity and higher standards, and in which companies are responsible not just to shareholders, but also to employees, consumers, suppliers, and communities. Some call it “stakeholder capitalism.”” ~ Patricia Aburdene
  21. “Companies in Mexico are not going to do well if they don’t have some connection to not just markets, but also suppliers and technology from the United States.” ~ Barack Obama
  22. “Management has to provide the coordinating mechanism between what the supplier provides and what the user needs in not-good-enough situations where product architecture is consequently interdependent. Management always beats markets when there is not sufficient information.” ~ Clayton Christensen
  23. “You must not only focus on the consumer, but also on what it does to you internally – getting people aligned to the strategic mission of the company – what it does to the suppliers, governments, all your stakeholders.” ~ Martin Sorrell
  24. “Having a situation where you have got in conflict with your suppliers all the time is not a great place to be.” ~ Ian McLeod

  25. “Environmental policies are not just about good publicity; they are about responding to the moral imperative to address both climate change and resource depletion…A company culture that is based on measuring everything in purely financial terms will be crippled by a high turnover of staff, customers and suppliers” ~ Toby Robins
  26. “Once the government becomes the supplier of people’s needs, there is no limit to the needs that will be claimed as a basic right.” ~ Lawrence Auster
  27. “We’ve got customers. We’ve got suppliers. We’ve got employees. We’ve got unions. We’ve got communities. We’ve got all of these things that go into making up whether a business succeeds or fails.” ~ Gerry Schwartz
  28. “Distributed print is arguably our biggest challenge as a machinery supplier, as more publishers find efficiencies in transferring print production to remote printers and supersites. But our signature Goss flexibility and adaptability allow us to meet that challenge head-on with relevant technologies, services and expertise that continue to provide customers with an edge.” ~ Eric Bell
  29. “I am convinced that most companies don’t maximize their barter possibilities. Instead of aggressively reducing costs by trading their services with those of their suppliers, they seem content to pay top dollar for everything.” ~ Mark McCormack

  30. “Software suppliers are trying to make their software packages more ‘user-friendly’… Their best approach so far has been to take all the old brochures and stamp the words ‘user-friendly’ on the cover.” ~ Bill Gates
  31. “Learn to raise capital by any means necessary. That’s your primary job as an entrepreneur. You must continually raise capital from family and friends, banks, suppliers, customers and investors.” ~ Richard Branson
  32. “If Russia is prepared to run the risk of cutting off supplies to its neighbors if they have a disagreement, how reliable are they as a supplier? You have to ask the question.” ~ William Ramsay
  33. “When you’re working in the business and you are genuinely trying to do what’s right for consumers, and you’re trying to genuinely do what’s right for suppliers, but the word doesn’t get out, the word doesn’t get heard because frankly the media is not interested because it hasn’t got a conflict attached to it.” ~ Ian McLeod
  34. “There is a future for the auto parts industry, but it needs a consolidation and a rationalization of geography in that most suppliers have facilities in the U.S., although most of their customers are overseas.” ~ Wilbur Ross

  35. “Say what some poets will, Nature is not so much her own ever-sweet interpreter, as the mere supplier of that cunning alphabet, whereby selecting and combining as he pleases, each man reads his own peculiar lesson according to his own peculiar mind and mood.” ~ Herman Melville
  36. “The money that fueled the explosion of gluttony at the top had to come from somewhere or, more specifically, from someone. Since no domestic oil deposits had been discovered, no new seams of uranium or gold, and since the war in Iraq enriched only the military contractors and suppliers, it had to come from other Americans.” ~ Barbara Ehrenreich
  37. “Government must guard against quasi-monopoly suppliers becoming too important to fail, and encourage competition through, for example, splitting up contracts to encourage (smaller businesses) to bid for work.” ~ Margaret Hodge

  38. “We have food deserts in our cities. We know that the distance you live from a supplier of fresh produce is one of the best predictors of your health. And in the inner city, people don’t have grocery stores. They have to get on a bus and take a long ride to get to a source of fresh produce.” ~ Michael Pollan
  39. “Russia will honour its international commitments. Our country is a reliable borrower, a reliable creditor and a reliable supplier. Sanctions come and go, but business ties, economic interests and the reputation of a state remain” ~ Dmitry Medvedev
  40. “We believe that a company’s obligations extend far beyond its bottom line and its shareholders – to a wider constituency that includes employees, customers, suppliers, and the community.” ~ John A. Byrne

  41. “I am delighted to be involved in the digital divide campaign to ensure that every school is made aware of what steps it can take to address the digital divide as it affects local children, and provide a range of opportunities for ICT suppliers, government agencies, charities and other organisations to make a contribution.” ~ Estelle Morris, Baroness Morris of Yardley
  42. “Countries are effectively paid deference in direct and indirect ways if they’re huge oil suppliers.” ~ R. James Woolsey, Jr.
  43. “If government manages to establish paper tickets or bank credit as money, as equivalent to gold grams or ounces, then the government, as dominant money-supplier, becomes free to create money costlessly and at will. As a result, this ‘inflation’ of the money supply destroys the value of the dollar or pound, drives up prices, cripples economic calculation, and hobbles and seriously damages the workings of the market economy.” ~ Murray Rothbard
  44. “The last few months have seen a welcome race to the top. Consumers have sent companies a clear signal that they do not want their purchasing habits to drive deforestation and companies are responding. Better still, companies are committing to working in partnership with suppliers, governments and NGOs to strengthen forest governance and economic incentives. It can be done and this Declaration signals a real intention to accelerate action.” ~ Paul Polman
  45. “We believe our suppliers of materials have not been impacted. At this point, our customers have not asked us to do anything differently as a result of the earthquake.” ~ Paul Otellini

  46. “I never trust an executive who tends to pass the buck. Nor would I want to deal with him as a customer or a supplier.” ~ James Cash Penney
  47. “Suppliers and especially manufacturers have market power because they have information about a product or a service that the customer does not and cannot have, and does not need if he can trust the brand. This explains the profitability of brands.” ~ Peter Drucker
  48. “One of the reasons churches in North America have trouble guiding people about money is that the church’s economy is built on consumerism. If churches see themselves as suppliers of religious goods and services and their congregants as consumers, then offerings are ‘payment.'” ~ Doug Pagitt
  49. “We cannot be both the world’s leading champion of peace and the world’s leading supplier of the weapons of war.” ~ Jimmy Carter
  50. “My mom was always the supplier of soccer balls, and so people were always knocking on my door, and trying to get me out so we could play.” ~ Freddy Adu

  51. “The bulk of extra supplies that could be put into the market come from two places. One, they come from other Persian Gulf suppliers, of which Saudi Arabia is at the top of the list.” ~ Daniel Yergin
  52. “We can provide beta software to our developers in advance of the general public. We can easily link up with external partners, customers, and suppliers.” ~ James L. Barksdale
  53. “You don’t decide to build a church because you have money in the bank. You build because God says this is what I should do. Faith is the supplier of things hoped for and the evidence of things not seen.” ~ Jim Bakker
  54. “On the Internet, it’s survival of the easiest…. Give users a good experience and they’re apt to turn into frequent and loyal customers. But … it’s easy to turn to another supplier in the face of even a minor hiccup. Only if a site is extremely easy to use will anybody bother staying around.” ~ Jakob Nielsen
  55. “Fashion is such an octopus. You’re connected to so many people: suppliers, pattern makers, production teams, marketing teams, vendors.” ~ Raf Simons

  56. “At a time when we are dealing with unpredictable suppliers of energy abroad and higher gas costs at home, the decision to increase domestic energy exploration is integral to a balanced, common sense energy policy.” ~ Randy Neugebauer , Energy suppliers quotes
  57. “He dunked his tea bag and watched the results critically. “I really must get a new supplier. This tea is pathetic. America just doesn’t understand tea at all.” ~ Rachel Caine
  58. “It is important to work with purveyors who share our high standards and are discriminating about the products they supply. This has been the foundation of a long and loyal relationship with Gourmet Attitude, a supplier that has helped us offer our guests some of the highest quality imported truffles available in the U.S.” ~ David Breeden
  59. “The IKEA spirit is strong and living reality. Simplicity in our behavior gives us strength. Simplicity and humbleness characterize us in our relations with each others, our suppliers and our customers.” ~ Ingvar Kamprad
  60. “Rogue internet pharmacies continue to pose a serious threat to the health and safety of Americans. Simply put, a few unethical physicians and pharmacists have become drug suppliers to a nation.” ~ Dianne Feinstein

  61. “When I was in high school, I loved paintball. I saved up my allowances and started my own paintball supply company. Everyone thought I was just some obsessed kid, but today the company is one of the biggest paintball suppliers in Canada.” ~ Ryan Holmes
  62. “The movement really has evolved because their initial demands [such as factory codes of conduct and disclosure of supplier names and addresses] have virtually all been met. This recent idea of factory certification is building on what they got some time ago.” ~ Pietra Rivoli
  63. “One has to understand China correctly. Our management there consists of native Chinese, we produce locally and our suppliers also come from China. In this way, we too can also enjoy the cost advantages.” ~ Tulsi Tanti

  64. “For all fragrances I create, I ask each of my suppliers to deliver and provide the best raw materials. It is my personal quest for excellence and quality to create luxury perfumes.” ~ Francis Kurkdjian
  65. “To generate any appreciable degree of long-term affluence requires scrupulous honesty and the willingness to honor long-term agreements with employers, suppliers, partners, and especially customers. The flimflam artist may generate a few quick bucks through fraud or misrepresentation, but no successful and lasting business enterprise was ever founded on such principles.” ~ Robert Sheaffer

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