The City of New York has been steadily increasing contracts that provide opportunities for WBE certified companies to grow. Nicole Levine is dedicated to Home Clean Home and its customers, and uses these growth opportunities to continue to raise the standard of excellence in the housekeeping and janitorial industries. Our WBE certification connects us to resources that give us the ability to provide the best possible service to our clients, and our services have made us industry leaders for the past 23 years.
Meet Supplier Diversity Requirements
Meet supplier diversity requirements by contracting a WBE certified business. If you are seeking WBE certified manufacturers, distributors, and service companies such as cleaning or pest control, you are in the right place.
Our WBE and WBENC certification is recognized by New York City and New York State, which has been empowering women by awarding women owned businesses with many beneficial contracts since 2007.
Hygea Natural is a proud Woman Owned Business, and our sister companies, Home Clean Home (cleaning services) and Bedbug911 (bed bug extermination and pest control) are WBE Certified Women Owned Business.
Home Clean Home’s owner, Nicole Levine, is part of a diverse network of suppliers, retailers, and executives all connected through their WBE and WBENC certifications.
Why is WBE Certification Important?
Women owned businesses are recognized by the Equal Credit Opportunity Act and the Economic Census, legitimizing women as entrepreneurs and a part of the American workforce. Today, WBE businesses have access to mentoring and educational programs. Large corporations are also given incentives for doing business with WBE certified companies.
WBE certified Women Owned Business
What is a WBE Certification?
In order to become WBE certified, a business must be owned, controlled, operated and managed by a woman or women by at least 51%. The WBE certification is recognized around the world. The certification gives large corporations the opportunity to give back to the community, by identifying brick and mortar companies that are woman owned and fostering good business connections with them.