10 Things to do in Shanghai by Simon Lichtenberg - Simon Lichtenberg 2
About simon lichtenberg
Having spent some time in the timber industry previously, Simon Lichtenberg (http://simonlichtenberg.over-blog.com/2015/04/10-things-to-do-in-shanghai-by-simon-lichtenberg.html) entered the furniture market. Difficulties are found everywhere in the world of business; success is assured by overcoming them. Simon Lichtenberg’s business went global as he acquired direct clients (such as IKEA) from around the world, resulting in yearly profits of up to $2.5 million.
Simon Lichtenberg and the Trayton Group
Simon Lichtenberg's organisation (Trayton Group) has efficiently completed a number of projects, like setting up the Trayton Foundation, which assisted in lighting the streets of Shanghai and in the installation of rooftop solar panels in the year 2012. Having a good purpose for existing is an essential quality for an organisation, not just striving to make money. The year 1995 was the period in which he created his own organisation: Trayton Group. Simon Lichtenberg's business hires 2,000 professionals and anticipates a revenue of 150m dollars per annum.
Simon Lichtenberg's Educational Background
Nearly all efficient businessmen are high achievers academically; this indicates that a solid education, alongside strength of character, is essential for realising one's goals. In 2006, Simon Lichtenberg concluded the Senior Executive Program for China (EMBA - or Executive MBA) at the Harvard Business School, CEIBS & Tsinghua. At Fudan University in Shanghai, Simon Lichtenberg received his Chinese Language diploma in the year 1988.
Simon Lichtenberg's Difficulties
After a legal battle over a payment dispute after the Zhenjing Leather Factory sold him inoperative products, Simon Lichtenberg was given another chance to overcome adversity. He is now a success owing to him handling his business difficulties with enormous perseverance. Even though Simon Lichtenberg is now rather successful, his journey has not been easy at times. He would not have ended up where he finds himself today without embracing his rule of business: “Never give up.”