About OneSandbox

OneSandbox is a curated search platform built to showcase diverse makers and vendors in the creative space, connecting them with brands and agencies looking to develop a more inclusive supply chain.

 

As a first-of-its-kind online platform, OneSandbox was built to showcase, connect and advocate for diverse makers/vendors in the creative space – and to align agencies and marketers in an effort to close the opportunity gap for diverse suppliers across the advertising, media and marketing industry. OneSandbox is also a source of information on diversity and inclusion: from news around the web, to events and award shows.

 

As more companies recognize the importance of supplier diversity, this unified platform makes it easy for agencies and brands to search for vendors across a range of disciplines and specialties, from production companies to UX specialists to casting and beyond.

 

Of the 30,000,000 businesses in America, 52% are owned, operated and controlled by a woman or person of color. Yet, they get only 6% of domestic Business to Business transactions. OneSandbox seeks to make progress in helping diverse entrepreneurs achieve economic equity.

 

OneSandbox was created by TBWA and its Chief Diversity Officer Doug Melville as a way to share knowledge and contacts to benefit a wider group of people in the industry.

 

Creative Businesses. 

 

Are you a WMBE (Women, Multicultural, Latinx, Veteran, or LGBT owned-owned business enterprise) looking for visibility and new opportunities from agencies and marketers?

 

 

Agencies & Marketers. 

 

Are you an agency, brand or business looking to explore, experience and hire diverse creative partners? Login or register below to learn more about becoming a OneSandbox corporate member. If your company is already a member, simply log-in below.

 

 

Note, vendors on the site will be marked if they’re certified by one of several major councils.

Women / WBENC
Multicultural / NMSDC
Latinx / USHCC
Veteran / NaVOBA
LGBT/ NGLCC

 

Of the 30,000,000 businesses in America, 52% are owned, operated and controlled by a woman or person of color. Yet, they get only 6% of domestic Business to Business transactions.