ST. LOUIS--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Rose International, a leader in providing Technology and Workforce Solutions, announced today that it was named one of the “20 Top Bay Area Companies for Supplier Diversity” by the San Francisco Business Times in collaboration with the Western Regional Minority Supplier Development Council (WRMSDC), the Women’s Business Enterprise Council – Pacific (WBEC-Pacific), the Golden Gate Business Association (GGBA) and the Bay Area’s LGBT Chamber of Commerce.
This list, published by the San Francisco Business Times and accessible here, ranks its participants by six determining factors of supplier diversity including the percentage of spend with diverse suppliers, the percentage of spend with third party certified diverse suppliers, the existence of a formal inclusive supply chain program, the prime supplier diverse spend reporting requirement, national membership with a third party certification organization and regional membership with a third party certification organization. There was no fee associated with survey or list participation.
“We are honored by this recognition for Rose International, especially considering our company is listed among many large Fortune 500 organizations,” said Sue Bhatia, founder and chairwoman of Rose International. “We have been committed to the Bay Area for over 20 years and look forward to continuing to expand our presence in this market, especially in the areas of diversity and inclusion.”
ABOUT ROSE INTERNATIONAL
Founded in 1993, Rose International is one of the country's leading minority and woman-owned providers of Technology and Workforce Solutions to corporations and government agencies. Founded by Sue Bhatia in 1993, the company is headquartered in St. Louis, MO and has offices and development centers in 20+ U.S. cities and two in India.