December 18, 2022
Dance Accepts International Company of the Year Award
Sterling Lexicon’s parent, The Suddath Companies, is recognized for significant international business contributions.Sterling Lexicon’s parent, The Suddath Companies (TSC), was recently honored for making significant global business contributions to northern Florida. The JAXUSA Partnership, the economic development division of JAX Chamber, selected TSC as the 2022 recipient of its International Company of the Year award.
“International business opens up incredible opportunities for our region and everyone who lives here,” observed Aundra Wallace, JAXUSA President, in the JAX Chamber news release, adding that "Suddath (has) played a major role in raising the global profile of our community and growing jobs in our region.”
Sterling Lexicon President David Dance accepts the International Company of the Year Award
The Suddath Companies were recognized primarily for their journey of significant expansion and growth: from humble origins as a small moving company founded in Jacksonville in 1919 to becoming an $850 million international business, employing over 2,000 individuals and serving customers in 180 countries.
With headquarters in Jacksonville, Florida and operating locations throughout the Americas, EMEA and APAC, Sterling Lexicon’s global footprint, extensive network of service provider partners and multinational client base helped contribute to TSCs’ growth and earning of this prestigious award. At the macro level, Sterling Lexicon’s expertise helps clients achieve their international business goals and recruit and retain talent from around the world, contributing to the global economy. On a more local level, the company frequently hosts customer, partner and employee events in Jacksonville, raising awareness of the First Coast as a key destination of choice.
Other highlights reinforcing TSCs’ global influence include Sterling Lexicon’s immigration expertise and its Silver Medal from EcoVadis, the world’s most trusted provider of business sustainability ratings, intelligence and collaborative performance improvement tools. In advising clients on how to best meet their international business goals and recruit and retain the best talent from around the world, Sterling Lexicon’s work contributes to the global economy.
Kristin brings nearly 30 years of experience in global workforce mobility, PR, marketing, editorial planning and communications to her role as a member of the thought leadership and content development teams. Before joining the company in 2020, she worked for many years at Worldwide ERC® in collaboration with cross-departmental teams and industry stakeholders to develop in-person and virtual event programming, digital and print content, and served as editor of Mobility magazine. Contact Kristin at email@example.com.