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It is fair to surmise that the points earned on Supplier Development, especially since Enterprise & Supplier Development is a Priority Element, will impact an organisation’s overall scorecard. Statement 400 of the Generic Codes of Good Practice allocates 10 Weighting Points with a compliance target of 2% Net Profit After Tax, based on the following criteria:

2.2 Supplier Development

2.2.1 Annual value of all Supplier Development Contributions made by the Measured Entity as a target percentage.

There are another 2 Bonus Points available for job creation and elevation from an Enterprise Development Beneficiary to a Supplier Development one.

It is therefore vital that the Supplier Development Strategy of an organisation reflects the importance of this element. A Beneficiary must be identified as per the criteria in the correct timeline. The contract should highlight all interventions and contributions with evidence to support those contractual obligations were met.

Enterprise & Supplier Development Services are available to guide Members on the implementation of Sustainable Supplier Development initiatives.

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