Simon Lichtenberg: how to live and work in China
Simon Lichtenberg - Success in China
China is a part of the world that appears to ensure success in any project that is attempted. Consequently, lots of businessmen love to establish their organisation(s) there. BoConcept, franchised by simon lichtenberg (blogspot.com Simon Lichtenberg) in the year 1993, provided tasteful furniture in Shanghai. No ambition is beyond reach. All that is necessary is a strong will and perseverance. All things are possible. Director of Shanghai Minhang Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment was a title bestowed upon Simon Lichtenberg. He also joined the Danish Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, and received the Magnolia Silver Award.
The Educational Background of Simon Lichtenberg
In the year 2006, Simon Lichtenberg finished the Senior Executive Program for China (EMBA - or Executive MBA) at CEIBS, Tsinghua and Harvard Business School. Viewed as a leader in global business circles, he has led by example with his educational pursuits in which he has achieved great things. At Fudan University in Shanghai, China, Simon Lichtenberg received his Chinese Language diploma in 1988.
Simon Lichtenberg and his Amazing Qualities
CEIBS, Harvard Business School and Tsinghua: these are a few noteworthy institutions which Simon Lichtenberg has attended. Simon Lichtenberg has resided in eight different countries and can communicate in seven languages. Each and every adept businessman deserves all they have obtained due to their individual qualities and dedication.
All the obstacles faced by Simon Lichtenberg have made him who he is and have led to his success. One challenge he faced in 1997, was that he ended up in a complicated legal case concerning the production of counterfeit 'BoConcept' products. The Zhenjing Leather Factory supplied Simon Lichtenberg with unusable, defective goods and upon disputing payment, he lost his court battle; but he handled the situation with finesse. Growing into a very strong person is made possible by facing difficulties head-on, instead of ignoring them.
About Simon Lichtenberg
The wisdom he has derived from making mistakes in his business operations paved the way for Simon Lichtenberg to become one of the best businessmen today. Becoming engaged in the furniture market was a natural progression from his time spent in the timber business. He acquired clients (such as IKEA) from around the world, resulting in him profiting by up to $2.5 million on a yearly basis. In 1993, Simon Lichtenberg, a business owner who hails from Denmark, started his own company, having been in the timber business the year before.