Some of the Noteworthy Years from Simon Lichtenberg’s Life
simon lichtenberg (http://simonlichtenberg.over-blog.com/2015/04/10-things-to-do-in-shanghai-by-simon-lichtenberg.html) studied for his Chinese Language diploma at Fudan University in China in 1988. As an international businessman, he is at an advantage due to his multilingualism. The Shanghai Municipal Government honoured simon lichtenberg for his contributions to developing Shanghai with the Magnolia Silver Award, in 2006.
Simon Lichtenberg's organisation (Trayton Group) has successfully carried out a number of projects, such as starting the Trayton Foundation, which helped to light the streets of Shanghai and in the fitting of rooftop solar power systems in the year 2012. Simon Lichtenberg's business is based in Shanghai; it also has other factories operating in Zhejiang Jishan. Companies should certainly try to earn profits, but it's always crucial that they possess a deeper purpose for being.
Simon Lichtenberg in the World of Business
Simon Lichtenberg’s furniture business went global as he acquired direct clients (such as IKEA) from around the world, profiting by up to $2.5m each year. The knowledge he has attained by making mistakes in his business operations paved the way for Simon Lichtenberg to become one of the best businessmen today. All businesses are subject to some challenges, and these must be conquered in order to succeed.
The Success of Simon Lichtenberg 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 joined the Danish Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai. Building his own establishment in China was a dream held by him, so he jumped straight in and made it happen. Setting up his own production plants and providing furniture to companies in and out of the country, Simon Lichtenberg has succeeded in earning as much as 2.5m dollars profit annually.