Image360 - Boca Raton, a minority-owned visual communications business in South Florida, has announced several recent accomplishments: the National Women’s Business Enterprise (WBE) certifications from the Women’s Business Development Council of Florida (WBENC) and the Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) certification from the Southern Florida Minority Supplier Development Council (SFMSDC) and National Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC).
By obtaining the MBE Certification, Image360 - Boca Raton affirms its ownership and operations by minority group members, which are defined as Asian, Black, Hispanic and/or Native American. The WBE certification asserts Image360 - Boca Raton is woman-owned, operated and controlled. Image360 - Boca Raton owner and President Mary Sol Gonzalez is female and Hispanic.
“As a result of these certifications, Image360 - Boca Raton can now compete for many new avenues of business,” remarked Gonzalez. “As a Hispanic, female business owner, I am extremely proud of not only our world-class team of professionals, but also the fact that we are part of such important organizations recognizing women and minorities.”
In addition to the recent certifications, Image360 - Boca Raton has expanded its product line to include materials that meet the “Green and Environmentally Sustainable” standard required by many organizations. New products include 3M Envision Wrap, HP Recyclable Banners, PVC-free Wall Paper and Eco Boards.
“As a business, it is very important to us to have an environmentally sound production system and service base,” explained Gonzalez.