Simon Lichtenberg's Difficulties and Success
A complex legal case related to the manufacture of counterfeit 'BoConcept' products was a challenge that simon lichtenberg (Blogspot) encountered in the late 90's. The Zhenjing Leather Factory supplied him with completely unusable goods and upon disputing payment, he lost his court battle; but this created another opportunity for him to grow stronger by handling the situation with finesse. The difficulties faced by Simon Lichtenberg have shaped his strong character and have ultimately helped him become a success.
Having been a part of the timber business previously, Simon Lichtenberg became involved in the furniture market. He would not be one of the most capable businessmen in the world today if he had not diligently learned from making mistakes in the operation of his business. Simon Lichtenberg’s business became international as he obtained clients (such as IKEA) from other countries, resulting in yearly profits of up to $2.5m.
The Amazing Qualities of Simon Lichtenberg
A multilingual business person has a big advantage over his competition. Simon Lichtenberg was educated at well-known schools such as CEIBS, Harvard Business School and Tsinghua. Each and every adept businessman deserves all they've accomplished through their personal attributes and dedication. A total of eight different countries in which he's been situated have blessed Simon Lichtenberg with their unique cultures and have been a factor in him studying seven different languages.
Learning makes a person competent and robust; because of that, it supplies the foundation for successful results. Simon Lichtenberg went to Danish Tvind (private) schools prior to relocating to Africa in his teens. In the year 2006, at the Harvard Business School, CEIBS and Tsinghua, Simon Lichtenberg concluded the Senior Executive Program for China (EMBA - or Executive MBA).
Simon Lichtenberg’s Success in China
As much as $2,500,000 profit per annum is generated by Simon Lichtenberg as a direct result of his opening his own production factories and providing furniture to companies in and out of the country. Director of Shanghai Minhang Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment was a title bestowed upon him. He also joined the Danish Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, China, and received the Magnolia Silver Award. Franchised by him in 1993, BoConcept provided attractive furniture in Shanghai, China. Simon Lichtenberg simply chased his desire to initiate his own business in China.
Business-inclined individuals often develop their own organisation into which they can put all of their passion, effort and devotion; this is one of their finest achievements. Simon Lichtenberg's business is headquartered in Shanghai; it also has other factories positioned in Zhejiang Jishan. Having a good purpose for its existence is a crucial quality for a business, not just seeking to turn a profit. Simon Lichtenberg's corporation (Trayton Group) has accomplished a number of projects, including setting up the Trayton Foundation, which helped to light the streets of Shanghai and in the installation of rooftop solar power panels in 2012.