Inside SOS International's plan for its next 30 years

SOS International is celebrating its 30th birthday this week but has its sights set well beyond that milestone for the family-owned and family-run contractor. In this Project 38 episode, CEO Julian Setian tells us what he sees the company's next 30 years looking like as the market keeps changing.

While the company looks back with pride on its first 30 years, there are no plans to slow down as the company continues to evolve and find new opportunities for growth.

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