Snell Enterprises, Inc. Formally Announces Savannah Expansion


Pictured l-r are: Dr. Walter Evans, SEDA Minority Task Force, Shantell Wilson, Assistant Director of Established Business and Minority Task Force of SEDA, Jill Snell, and Ira Snell, President & CEO of Snell Enterprises
Pictured l-r are: Dr. Walter Evans, SEDA Minority Task Force, Shantell Wilson, Assistant Director of Established Business and Minority Task Force of SEDA, Jill Snell, and Ira Snell, President & CEO of Snell Enterprises

Leaders from the Savannah Economic Development Authority (SEDA) joined Chatham County Commission Chairman Pete Liakakis and City of Savannah Mayor Otis Johnson and Aldermen to welcome Snell Enterprises, Inc. (SEI) to Savannah on Thursday, March 3.

Over the past 20 years, SEI has successfully run a Total Information Technology Solutions Company in Maryland.

To meet the changing needs of their clients, SEI has added a full compliment of services to their business portfolio, including IT business consulting and communication that address the most critical business issues today.

The opening of the Savannah office will further serve their growing list of clientele.

“As a minority owned business leader in the state of Maryland, SEI has a reputation for being a responsible citizen with a heart for individual and community empowerment at the core of our efforts,” said Ira Snell, III, President & CEO of SEI. “We plan to continue in this vein here in Savannah, heavily recruiting local talent for a number of high paying IT positions to do their part to make an impact on the Savannah community.”

Under the Chairmanship

Pictured left to right are: Robert James, Ira Snell, Brooks Stillwell and Rev. Thurmond N. Tillman
Pictured left to right are: Robert James, Ira Snell, Brooks Stillwell and Rev. Thurmond N. Tillman
of Brian Foster in 2009, the SEDA board formed a committee to recruit minority and women owned (MWO) firms to Savannah. SEI is the first formally announced project resulting from those targeted efforts which are in alignment with similar initiatives of both Chatham County and the City of Savannah.

“Dr. Evans, along with his committee and the SEDA staff, has served tirelessly, working closely with SEI for the duration of this project over the past year,” remarked SEDA Board Chairman Tommy Hester. “They have undoubtedly influenced Snell’s decision to open an office in Savannah, and we are particularly pleased that their location will be right here on the first floor of the SEDA building.” Snell Enterprises, Inc. (SEI) has established a heritage of support to the nation and community through generations of dedicated and selfless service.

Founded as a small minority-owned business in 1990, SEI has evolved from a government contractor to a solution provider in several key vertical markets including government, real estate, financial, and healthcare services.

Please visit www.snellinc.com to find out more about Snell Enterprises, Inc.


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