Hollman, Inc., the world’s largest manufacturer of sports, fitness and office lockers, is proud to announce Sue Hwang, executive vice president of Hollman Inc., has been selected as a 2018 Women in Business honoree by the Dallas Business Journal.
“It is an honor to be recognized among such an accomplished list of women and I could not be more grateful for the support of my colleagues at Hollman,” said Hwang. “Looking back, I’m grateful to have been mentored by Joe Hollman who taught me how to think strategically, Travis Hollman who taught me how to sell and Kim Leng, who taught me how lockers are built.”
Hwang has a true understanding of the market and is able to anticipate the growth and transition of the business and industry landscape at Hollman. Under her leadership, Hollman has developed additional verticals of operation — most significantly, the launch of Hollman’s workspace solutions. With Hwang’s direction and leadership, Hollman has developed notable locker solutions for Goldman Sachs, WeWork, Dallas Mavericks, New Orleans Saints, Apple, Facebook, Georgia Pacific, Soul Cycle and Planet Fitness.
“Sue is an invaluable asset to our team and has been a true leader in bringing the business to where it is today,” said Travis Hollman, president and CEO of Hollman Inc. “Her expertise and vision motivate us to continue pushing boundaries and enter into new verticals. I could not think of an individual more deserving of this honor.”
The 2018 Women in Business Awards program recognizes 30 individuals from a variety of industries and positions that are crucial to the Dallas-Fort Worth ecosystem. This year’s honorees will be recognized at a luncheon and trade show on Thursday, August 23, at the Omni Hotel Dallas.