Simon Lichtenberg: how to live and work in China
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In '95, Simon Lichtenberg created his business called the Trayton Group. $150,000,000 is the annual revenue anticipated by his business, which hires 2,000 people. Headquartered in Shanghai, Simon Lichtenberg's organisation also has other factories operating in Zhejiang Jishan.
Incredible achievements are things that an outstanding business person deserves when they've laboured relentlessly and have utilised their own characteristics. As a result of the superb help and support that Simon Lichtenberg has given Shanghai in improving the standards of living, he received the Magnolia Silver Award. Simon Lichtenberg went to Tsinghua, Harvard Business School & CEIBS – some incredibly renowned educational institutions.
Simon Lichtenberg - Succeeding in China
Simon Lichtenberg came to be the Director of Shanghai Minhang Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment, was given the Magnolia Silver Award and became a part of the Danish Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai. China is a part of the world that seems to ensure success in any endeavour that is attempted. Consequently, many business people like to establish their own organisation(s) there. No dream is unachievable. All that is necessary is a powerful passion and drive. All things are possible. As much as 2.5m dollars profit per annum is made by Simon Lichtenberg as a result of his launching his own manufacturing facilities and providing furniture to companies within and outside of the country.
In '88 at Fudan University in Shanghai, China, Simon Lichtenberg received his diploma in Chinese language. An exceptional educational history: this is a prevalent attribute of the most prosperous businessmen who have reached their dreams. Considered a leader in worldwide business circles, he has also led by example through his educational endeavours with which he has managed great things. After coming back from Danish Tvind (private) schools, Simon Lichtenberg resided in Africa for some of his teens.
Simon Lichtenberg has a rule: “Never give up." If it weren't for his commitment to this rule, he might not have risen above the challenges of the business world and achieved success. By tackling the problems he has faced, Simon Lichtenberg has developed into a strong and successful individual. All businesses encounter ups and downs which, according to how they are reacted to, can result in either success or failure. Conquering one's difficulties and learning from them is extremely valuable whilst one aspires to become a better person.