Recently, several Wingard Creative art directors and graphic designers had the pleasure of helping Lexicon Relocation produce a monumental research report — and we’re thrilled to share the news that our work helped our client snag a prestigious EMMA Award!

Lexicon’s China Global Mobility 360° Survey Report offers a comprehensive snapshot and analysis of global mobility and its key drivers in China. The Forum for Expatriate Management (FEM) recognized the 68-page report for “Thought Leadership — Survey or Research Study of the Year” at its recent Global Mobility Summit.

Winning an EMMA is an incredible honor, as the award recognizes global mobility leaders, successes, and rising stars. This substantial report earned recognition for its groundbreaking look at China employee relocation practices. The survey was sent to companies with both domestic China relocation and full global mobility programs, resulting in a global perspective on this high-impact region’s relocation practices.

The full report sheds light on current and projected relocation activity trends, the differences between the global mobility programs and activities of China and non-China headquartered companies, and statistics on activity into and out of different tiers of Chinese cities. Our team compiled a complex set of global data into easy-to-read graphs, charts, and columns to ensure the rich information didn’t get lost in translation.

“We are excited to have won this award for such a complex set of data and analysis,” said Kelly Evans, Director – Global Integrated Marketing at Lexicon Relocation. “There are multiple respondent tiers based on city sizes, and Wingard Creative quickly grasped the nuances of the data and developed a creative and logical way to organize and present our findings. The Wingard Creative team helped Lexicon Relocation achieve its goal of consistently delivering high-impact thought leadership through this survey document.”

Congratulations to Kelly and the entire Lexicon Relocation team!