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Gachina Tops both Minority and Women-Owned Lists by the San Francisco Business Times

Gachina Landscape Management tops minority and women-owned company lists in SF Bay AreaGachina Landscape Management ranks #19 on the Top Women-Owned companies in the Bay Area by the San Francisco Business Times. The annual List ranks privately-held, women-owned businesses headquartered in Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, San Francisco and San Mateo counties, and the city of Palo Alto, by 2017 revenue.  All together, the Bay Area’s 100 largest women-owned companies generated $5.3 billion in revenue in 2017 and employed 11,731 workers.

Gachina also ranked #12 on the Top Minority-Owned companies in the Bay Area by the SF Business Times. The list ranks the top 25 Bay Area minority-owned companies by fiscal year 2017 revenue as well.

Gachina Landscape, Menlo Park, Makes Landscaper Management Top 150 in 2018Furthermore, Gachina ranked #55 on both Landscape Management magazine’s Top 150 and Lawn & Landscape’s Top 100 lists. These lists rank the industry’s most successful lawn care and landscaping companies in the nation by 2017 revenue.

H. Jaclyn Gachina-Ishimaru is sole owner, President and co-founder of Gachina Landscape Management.  Jackie actively Lawn & Landscape Top 100 Landscape Contractor List 2018oversees the day-to-day operations of the company. She is passionate about sustainability, water conservation, farm-to-table, training, and continuous improvement – Kaizen in Japanese.  Jackie was recently named to the Board of Directors for JobTrain.  Gachina Landscape is proud to be certified by the WBENC (Women’s Business Enterprise Certificate).

Gachina Landscape Management delivers the highest level of customer satisfaction and award-winning landscape services. The company celebrated its 30th anniversary in July and has been named in the top 25 woman and minority-owned companies by the San Francisco Business Times the past three years.

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