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Lexicon Relocation Partners with The RES Forum

1.10.18 | By: Melanie Klaschka

The RES ForumLexicon® Relocation is pleased to announce its new partnership with The RES Forum as their sole technical partner for global relocation. 

The RES Forum is the largest and most active network for international human resources and global mobility survey data, modelling and analytics allowing members access to exclusive data to keep a progressive pulse on industry trends. The RES Forum partners with organizations considered to be the ‘best-in-class’ in their area of specialization within the field of global mobility. This presents a unique opportunity to Lexicon clients, such as free membership, access to exclusive roundtable and peer-to-peer discussions, career resources and The RES Forum Global Mobility Management Accreditation.  

“Lexicon Relocation decided to partner with The RES Forum as part of a long-term strategy to keep a strong pulse on industry trends and drive continued value to our customers,” said Jon Hile, president of Lexicon Relocation. “It’s very common for global mobility professionals to seek out peer-to-peer feedback, but this can be difficult to do in traditional networking settings with distracting sales pitches. The RES Forum is a great conduit for communication without overwhelming our customers,” added Hile. 

The RES Forum’s global membership base consists of 739 organizations, 1,460 human resources and mobility professionals located in 41 countries.

Topics: business development

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