New online, searchable directory makes it easier for corporations to locate and partner with disadvantage business enterprise companies in Texas. today launched its Texas directory of Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) certified companies. The expanded directory includes more than five thousand companies across the state of Texas. Industries included in the Texas directory range from business and engineering services to material suppliers to trucking and transportation and much more.


In today’s environment, more and more corporations are realizing the value of partnering with DBE-certified businesses in their area and setting quarterly and annual goals as part of a larger supplier-diversity initiative. Supplier-diversity programs are a socially conscious effort by companies to practice an inclusive approach to procurement and, in some industries, it is even government mandated. In fact, according to an article by Harvard Business Review, companies like UPS and Coca-Cola are spending billions of dollars annually to do business with small, diverse suppliers and have goals to increase that spend year over year.


However, finding DBE-certified companies and other diverse suppliers is not always an easy feat within most U.S. states. DBESearch’s mission is to solve this challenge by making it fast and simple to search, identify, and reach out to local, diverse subcontracting candidates.


Texas is the eighth state directory DBESearch has launched since its founding earlier this year. Other searchable state directories of DBE-certified companies include California, Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Vermont. DBESearch plans to launch Georgia in the coming months.


So, what are you waiting for? Search the online DBE directory and partner with some new companies in your area.


Are you a DBE-certified business and don’t see your company in our directory? Well, what the heck?! Submit your company to the directory here.


Our goal is to make this the easiest way for companies to find and partner with DBE-certified businesses. Your feedback on how to improve the experience is very important to us. Have ideas on how we can make DBESearch better? Email us at

Author: Matt Reed

Posted: 10/13/2021 3:05:32 PM

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