Sehlke Consulting Recognized as 28th Fastest Growing Veteran-Owned U.S. Business; Chad Sehlke Quoted

Inc. Magazine’s annual Vet50 list, recognizing the 50 fastest-growing veteran-owned businesses in the nation, listed Sehlke Consulting in the 28th position, Sehlke announced on April 18th. The selections for this list were based on the prestigious 2018 Inc. 5000|500 Fastest-Growing Private Companies in America list.

“We are proud to receive this recognition. It is largely attributable to our great team of employees, of which 54% are military veterans,” said Chad Sehlke, CEO of Sehlke. “We focus on our customers, and their mission, helping them transform their organizations and improving their performance and efficiency. Our customers’ success is our success, which continues to drive our high paced growth.”

The first Vet50 Awards Ceremony was held on March 2nd, 2019 in Dallas, TX in conjunction with the IVMF Veteran EDGE national conference. Inc. Magazine, IVMF, and First Data partnered to host the first Vet50 Awards Ceremony where they announced the Vet50 list and presented each company with their award.

About Sehlke Consulting

Sehlke Consulting LLC (“Sehlke”), founded in 2011, is a Service Disabled Veteran-Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) Professional Services and Management Consulting Firm based in Arlington, Virginia. Sehlke offers comprehensive and leading solutions in Financial Management, Acquisition Management, and Logistics and Supply Chain Management. Sehlke focuses its support to the Department of Defense (DoD), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Civilian Agencies and the Intelligence Community.

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