Taunton, Massachusetts-based Princess House, a direct seller of housewares and home décor, has been recognized as one of the top 100 women-led businesses in the state of Massachusetts. The annual list compiled by the Commonwealth Institute, in partnership with The Boston Globe, ranked Princess House No. 27 for its leadership in diversity and innovation.
“We are proud to be honored alongside so many incredible organizations,” said Connie Tang, President and CEO of Princess House. “I applaud all of our executives, employees and independent consultants for everything they do to make a difference in the lives of so many.”
This is the third consecutive year that Princess House has been recognized by the Commonwealth Institute as a top women-led business on this list. A local nonprofit that supports female business leaders, the Institute creates the annual rankings of for-profit and nonprofit organizations by applying a formula that takes into consideration revenue or operating budget and other variables, including number of full-time employees in the state, workplace and management diversity and innovative projects.
Appointed the first woman President and CEO of the company in 2012, Tang has witnessed the evolving, multi-cultural makeup of the U.S. and the power of Princess House to reach an increasingly diverse population. As a respected company with a consultant and consumer base that is three-quarters Latino, Princess House support of hundreds of thousands of women in achieving more for themselves and their families. The company is proud of its multi-cultural field base as well as the role that diversity in all its forms plays as a catalyst for positive change, growth and business success. Princess House is a member of the Better Business Bureau as well as the Direct Selling Association (DSA), fully adhering to the DSA’s strict ethical code of business conduct.