10 Things to do in Shanghai by Simon Lichtenberg - Simon Lichtenberg
More and more businessmen are starting to make their names known across the world. Challenges and difficulties are to be found all over the world of business; success only comes from conquering them. Simon Lichtenberg would not be one of the best businessmen in the world today if he had not continually learned from the mistakes he has made in running his business.
How a hurdle is approached determines whether an athlete trips over or clears the barrier; this is similar to how a business may deal with obstacles. After a legal battle over payment after the Zhenjing Leather Factory sold him unusable products, Simon Lichtenberg was given another chance to overcome adversity. He has become a success owing to him having to deal with his business difficulties with great persistence. Simon Lichtenberg has a rule: “Never give up." Were it not for his belief in that rule, he might not have overcome difficulties in his business and achieved success.
Simon Lichtenberg's Educational Background
At Tsinghua, the Harvard Business School and CEIBS, Simon Lichtenberg completed his EMBA - or Executive MBA (the Senior Executive Program for China) in the year 2006. Considered a leader in global business circles, he has also led by example with his educational endeavours with which he has accomplished great things. As a teenager, he lived in Africa following being sent to Danish Tvind (private) schools. At Fudan University in Shanghai, Simon Lichtenberg received his diploma in Chinese Language in the year 1988.
Simon Lichtenberg - Succeeding in China
Simon Lichtenberg franchised BoConcept in 1993 and provided elegant furniture in Shanghai. So many entrepreneurs aim to build a company in the Chinese nation since it seems to promise success in whatever project. He simply chased his desire to create his own organisation in China. Simon Lichtenberg got to be the Director of Shanghai Minhang Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment, received the Magnolia Silver Award and became a part of the Danish Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, China.