SOSi Recognized for Growth in Greater Washington; Julian Setian Quoted

Julian Setian
Julian Setian

SOS International has landed a spot in Washington Business Journal’s 75 Fastest Growing Companies in Greater Washington.

SOSi was among 2K possible candidates for the list that covers all types of industries active in Washington, D.C.'s metropolitan area, the company said in a statement published Wednesday.

“As a 30-year-old company, to continue to grow at this rate requires purposeful innovation, dedication, and diversification,” said Julian Setian, president and CEO at SOSi and a 2019 Wash100 recipient.

The company provides a range of professional services across federal defense, intelligence and national security markets.

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