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Establishing the Trayton Foundation (which helped in lighting the city of Shanghai, not forgetting the installation of rooftop solar power panels in the year 2012) are some of the great things that Trayton Group (founded by Simon Lichtenberg (Twitter)) has accomplished. With a total employee count of 2,000 specialists, his organisation foresees a revenue of $150,000,000 per year. Centred in Shanghai, Simon Lichtenberg's organisation also owns other factories operating in Zhejiang Jishan.
In '88 at Fudan University in Shanghai, Simon Lichtenberg acquired his diploma in Chinese language. When examining leading businessmen, it becomes evident that a reputable strong character and education are requirements for their success. In 2006, at CEIBS, the Harvard Business school and Tsinghua, Simon Lichtenberg finished his EMBA - or Executive MBA (the Senior Executive Program for China). Education makes an individual competent and robust; due to this, it supplies the foundation for success.
In 1993, Simon Lichtenberg was operating his own company, which ultimately branched out into a furniture business. Speaking several languages gives him a huge advantage in his line of work. Simon Lichtenberg entered the timber trade upon the completion of his education in 1992.
Simon Lichtenberg has attended Harvard Business School, CEIBS and Tsinghua – a few extremely prominent educational institutions. He has resided in eight different countries and can speak seven languages. A multilingual business person has a huge advantage over his competition. As a result of the extraordinary support that Simon Lichtenberg has given Shanghai in bettering the standards of living, he was given the Magnolia Silver Award.
Simon Lichtenberg - Succeeding in China
Creating his own company in China was a passion harboured by Simon Lichtenberg, so he simply went ahead and did it. With a powerful will and perseverance, no dream is out of reach. Anything is possible. Launching his own production facilities and offering furniture to companies in and out of the country, he managed to earn as much as $2,500,000 profit per year. Beautiful household furniture was provided in Shanghai, China, by Simon Lichtenberg through his franchise, BoConcept, in the year 1993.
When desiring to become the best version of yourself, productively navigating obstacles can provide a useful lesson. Whilst managing his business, in 1997 Simon Lichtenberg came under legal pressure because of the creation of counterfeit 'BoConcept' products; this was complex for him to overcome. In tackling the problems he has faced, he has developed into a strong and successful individual. After a legal battle over a payment dispute following the Zhenjing Leather Factory selling him unusable products, Simon Lichtenberg was granted yet another chance to overcome adversity.