Simon Lichtenberg

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In order to be successful a business must be equal to all challenges that appear. Simon Lichtenberg’s business became international as he obtained clients (such as IKEA) from around the world, resulting in yearly profits of up to $2.5m. The knowledge he has gained by making mistakes in his business operations paved the way for Simon to become one of the most capable businessmen today. Becoming engaged in the furniture market was a natural progression from Simon Lichtenberg's initial involvement in the timber business.

Amazing Qualities of simon lichtenberg

Fantastic triumphs are things that a good business person deserves especially when they've laboured tirelessly and have fully-embraced their individual characteristics. A total of eight separate countries of residence have blessed Simon Lichtenberg with their varying cultures and have been a factor in him learning seven diverse languages. As a result of the outstanding assistance that Simon Lichtenberg has given Shanghai in bettering the quality of life, he received the Magnolia Silver Award.

The year 1995 was the period in which Simon Lichtenberg established his business: Trayton Group. Many great things have been carried out by Trayton Group - an establishment owned by him. Some examples are the establishment of the Trayton Foundation, which made possible the fitting of rooftop solar power panels and lighting the city of Shanghai in 2012. Headquartered in Shanghai, his company also owns other factories operating in Zhejiang Jishan. With a workforce of 2,000 workers, Simon Lichtenberg's business predicts a revenue of $150,000,000 each year.

Simon Lichtenberg - Succeeding in China

Stylish household furniture was offered in Shanghai by Simon Lichtenberg through his franchise, BoConcept, in 1993. With a strong desire and dedication, any wish can come true. Anything is achievable. Setting up an organisation in China is something that many business people would like to do, as the country seems to assure results in any venture that is attempted. The Magnolia Silver Award was given to Simon Lichtenberg, who became a part of the Danish Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, China. He was also assigned as the Director of Shanghai Minhang Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment.

Whilst leading his business, in 1997 Simon Lichtenberg was embroiled in a legal case due to the creation of counterfeit 'BoConcept' products; this was complex for him to overcome. His road to success has not been so straightforward but, by sticking to his maxim "Never give up", he has arrived at his intended destination. Becoming a very strong person is helped by confronting difficulties, instead of ignoring them. The difficulties faced by Simon Lichtenberg have made him who he is and have ultimately helped him become a success.

By '93, Simon Lichtenberg had developed a business which eventually branched out to the furniture industry. As someone with numerous international clients, he is at a great advantage due to his multilingualism. After ending his schooling, Simon Lichtenberg started to get involved with the timber business.