Cantey Tech Consulting Expands North Charleston, South Carolina Operations Complex
According to state officials, Cantey Tech Consulting’s growth will enable the company to aggressively expand into the medical, legal, business and education sectors. The expansion is expected to be completed by 2023.
“Our headquarters and primary office will always be here in Charleston County. It’s a great place to work and grow our business. Most importantly, Charleston is a big draw for technical talent and, in our IT support and consulting business, people are everything,” said Cantey Tech Consulting CEO Willis Cantey.
“Cantey Tech Consulting is an example of the success businesses can find in Charleston County, utilizing our region’s brightest talent and the resources available through our Business Concierge program. We congratulate Cantey Tech Consulting on their expansion and will remain committed to providing resources to fuel future growth plans,” said Charleston County Economic Development Executive Director Steve Dykes.
“It’s always exciting to see one of our existing businesses increase its footprint in South Carolina. We celebrate Cantey Tech Consulting’s decision to expand its North Charleston operations and create new jobs for our citizens. We work hard every day to strengthen our business-friendly climate, so we will continue to see South Carolina companies expand and create more jobs,” said Governor Henry McMaster.
Founded in 2007, Cantey Tech Consulting offers hosting services, server management, data security and consulting services to a variety of industries.
“South Carolina boasts a talented, well-trained workforce, and that’s why companies like Cantey Tech Consulting find success here. We congratulate this great company on this announcement, and we look forward to continuing this partnership for years to come,” Secretary of Commerce Bobby Hitt added.
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