Sehlke Consulting Named Among Fastest-Growing Businesses in Virginia

Jeff Brody

Sehlke Consulting has landed the fifth spot on Virginia Chamber of Commerce’s list of top 50 fast-growing companies in the state.

“We are proud to receive this recognition,” Chad Sehlke, CEO at Sehlke Consulting, said in a statement released Tuesday.

“It is largely attributable to our great team of employees, of which 54 percent are military veterans. We focus on our customers, and their mission, helping them transform their organizations and improving their performance and efficiency.”

Privately held companies with headquarters in the state and annual revenues of between $200K and $200M are eligible for inclusion in the annual FANTASTIC 50 rankings.

Sehlke Consulting is a service disabled veteran-owned small business headquartered in Arlington and provides logistics, financial management, acquisition and supply chain management services to the federal sector.

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