DIVERSANT Makes BE 100s 2017 Nation’s Largest Black Businesses

by DIVERSANT on August 31, 2017

Red Bank, New Jersey – DIVERSANT, a certified minority business enterprise (MBE) ranks #21 on Black Enterprise 2017 List of Nation’s Largest Black Businesses. This list recognizes the most profitable African-American owned businesses in the United States. DIVERSANT has moved up the ranks from #29 in 2016 which demonstrates the rapid growth that the firm continues to see since starting in 2005. “This is yet another great milestone for DIVERSANT which we are grateful to experience despite the challenges of the ever changing world of technology. We’ve been fortune to have a great team of staffing professionals and leaders to help our firm remain agile and current on the latest technology in the marketplace,” stated Gene Waddy, Chief Executive Officer. DIVERSANT is also a Corporate Plus member with the New York Jersey Minority Supplier Development Council (NMSDC).

The 2017 Top 100 list reported total revenues of $27.5 billion which is a huge increase from when the list first started 45 years ago reporting only $473 million in total revenues. This list is mainly led by tech companies and manufacturers that serve as vendors to several of the world’s largest corporations. Get the full story here on Black Enterprise.


Founded in 2005, DIVERSANT, LLC (www.diversant.com) is the largest African-American owned IT staffing firm in the United States partnering with Fortune 500 and midmarket companies. DIVERSANT offers a wide range of services including staff augmentation, direct-hire, payroll services, and innovative diversity programs. The company has an estimate of 1,300 IT consultants supporting clients nationwide in key business sectors including banking and financial services, telecommunications, energy, and insurance to name a few.

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