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Lexicon Relocation Wins at FEM APAC Summit in Singapore

9.14.16 | By: Michelle Dopps

undefined-126155-edited.jpgJacksonville, Fla., Sept. 14, 2016 — Lexicon Relocation was the winner of two awards at the Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM) APAC 2016 Summit in Singapore September 7-8th.  Lexicon Relocation won the award for Thought Leadership- Best Survey or Research Study of the Year and Senior Vice President Avrom Goldberg was presented with the award for Outstanding Contribution to Global Mobility.

“We are delighted that our China Global Mobility 360˚ Survey Report was chosen as the Best Survey, “said Avrom Goldberg, senior vice president of global solutions at Lexicon Relocation.  “We thank FEM for recognizing our contributions to producing quality thought leadership material.”

When presenting the Best Survey award, the judging panel stated that Lexicon Relocation provided, “great insight into the immense and still relatively unknown region of China. Lexicon took a new and innovative approach with its China survey.”

Lexicon Relocation will be attending the FEM EMEA 2016 Summit in London, England November 10-11, 2016.

About the Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM)

The Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM) is the premier community for global mobility and HR professionals. FEM promotes best practice across regions, industries and functions. Through a multi-platform of high quality content and events across the globe, FEM also offers vital industry insight and invaluable networking opportunities.

Join the FEM global community at: www.forum-expat-management.com<http://www.forum-expat-management.com

 

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