Provo—Ethic is proud to announce that it has been certified as a nationwide Women’s Business Organization (WBE) by the Women’s Business Organization National Council (WBENC). This certification confirms that Etc is a woman-owned and operated business that meets the strict criteria set by WBENC.
Accredited as a WBE, Ethic is now part of a diverse group of companies promoting supplier diversity and helping to level the playing field for women-owned businesses. A rigorous certification process ensures that only the best companies receive the coveted WBE designation. This certification helps Ethic expand its reach and create partnerships with corporations and government agencies that focus on diversity and sustainability.
“We are honored to receive national certification as a woman-owned business by WBNC,” said Melissa Sevey, Ethic’s founder and CEO. “At Ethic, we are committed to promoting diversity and sustainability in the business world, and this certification is proof of that commitment. It opens up new opportunities for us to partner with like-minded organizations and help us achieve our mission of empowering women and promoting ethical business.”
Ethic not only prioritizes leadership opportunities for women, but also empowers companies to move the needle on global poverty by purchasing gifts and goods made by wonderful makers around the world. Since Etiq’s inception, more than 2,600 artisans–including survivors of human trafficking, widows, and single mothers–have found dignified employment.
“We believe that ethical business practices are key to creating a better world,” said Savi. “Our Women’s Business Certification is an important step toward achieving that goal, and we are excited about the opportunities it brings. We look forward to continuing to serve our customers with integrity and innovation.
For more information about Ethik and its services, please visit the website at www.ethik.co.