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AROUND THE WORLDWIDE ERC ®

STERLING LEXICON LAUNCHES NEW WEBSITE

Sterling Lexicon has launched a newly redesigned
website, sterlinglexicon.com, providing an integrated
global platform for its customers in the global relocation marketplace.
The company says the new website features
an improved user experience, intuitive modern
design, and increased functionality. It also provides
enhanced resources that include relocation and
destination services, visa and immigration, and real
estate components.
"Sterling Lexicon understands that the relocation
industry is changing every day-so we are growing
with it, evolving and continuing to invest in ways to
enhance the customer experience," says David Dance,
the company's president of the Americas.

ORIENTATIONS INC. BECOMES RELO
NETWORK ASIA

Orientations Inc., a provider of destination and
immigration services across 17 countries in Asia, has
officially changed its name to Relo Network Asia. The
move concludes an integration strategy between U.S.and Asia-based locations that began with the 2016
group acquisition by Japan-based H&R Group, the
parent company of DSP services company Relo Japan.
Orientations was formed in 1981 to assist the growing number of employees sent to Asia by Western
companies. At the time, traditional shophouses still
lined the Singapore River, Shanghai was smaller than
Chicago, global communications revolved around fax
machines, and the internet was not yet invented.
"We continue to build on the company's legacy of
service, but we wanted a name that better represents
the company and the region as they both exist today,"
states Steve Burson, CEO. "We've grown beyond local
orientations and invested in technology, expanded
physical presence, and assembled an impressive team
of mobility professionals."
Over the past three years, Relo Network Asia has
integrated operations to support its service team
through an expanded infrastructure that incorporates a balance of physical offices, back-end systems,
and data security.

16 Mobility | October 2019

ENTIRE CORCORAN GROUP RELOCATION TEAM
NOW CRP ®-PROUD

Corcoran team members and their dates of certification, from left: Matthew Kraus,
2019; Renee Bezner, 2006; Carol A. Kelly, 1990; and Brian Daley, 2016.

With the completion of the spring 2019 Worldwide
ERC® Certified Relocation Professional (CRP)® exam
cycle, the entire relocation team at Corcoran Real
Estate is now 100% CRP®-accredited.
"When I took my CRP® exam, I never imagined that one day my entire team would achieve
accreditation," says Carol A. Kelly, SCRP, SGMS-T,
senior vice president and team leader. "We're a
tightly knit group of relocation specialists, and
I'm proud of them and the work they do every
day. Going the extra mile to achieve this coveted
designation, in addition to several other industry
credentials, really demonstrates their spirit and
can-do attitude."
Worldwide ERC® first launched its U.S. domestic
CRP® designation program in 1990, with the goals
of fostering a common and universal understanding of the multifaceted field of relocation and
encouraging the professional development of its
members. It was designed to give professionals
working in employee and corporate relocation an
unparalleled opportunity to take their careers to
the next level by demonstrating command of a
complex array of information and earning recognition for their expertise. The Corcoran leadership
strongly encouraged accreditation by all of its
relocation team members. "We consider ongoing
education a top priority," says Pamela Liebman,
Corcoran's president and chief executive officer. "It
makes us better managers, better employees, and
better agents. The relocation team's pursuit of CRP®
certification really typifies our commitment to professional excellence and lifelong learning."


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