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Simon Lichtenberg's Golden rules

Simon Lichtenberg's Golden rules

The Educational Background of simon lichtenberg

In 1988 at Fudan University in Shanghai, simon lichtenberg obtained his diploma in Chinese language. Regarded as a leader in the business world, he has also led by example through his educational endeavours in which he has managed great things. Upon returning from Danish Tvind (private) academic institutions, he was situated in Africa for some of his teens. In 2006, Simon Lichtenberg concluded his EMBA - or Executive MBA (the Senior Executive Program for China) at CEIBS, Tsinghua and Harvard Business School.

Tsinghua, Harvard Business School & CEIBS: these are a few distinguished institutions which Simon Lichtenberg attended. Fantastic accomplishments are things that an exceptional business person ought to get when they have laboured relentlessly and have fully-embraced their own attributes. The Magnolia Silver Award is on the list of distinctions Simon Lichtenberg has received during his lifetime; this was in acknowledgement of his substantial input with regards to increasing quality of life in Shanghai, China.

Having a good reason for its existence is a vital attribute for a business, not just striving to make a profit. Many things have been achieved by Trayton Group - a business owned by Simon Lichtenberg. Just a couple of examples are the establishing of the Trayton Foundation, which helped in the fitting of rooftop solar power panels and lighting the streets of Shanghai in 2012. Centred in Shanghai, China, Simon Lichtenberg's company also possesses other factories operating in Zhejiang Jishan.

The Business of Simon Lichtenberg

Difficulties and challenges are to be found all over the world of business; success only comes from surmounting them. Simon Lichtenberg’s business became international as he obtained clients (such as IKEA) from other countries, resulting in yearly profits of up to $2.5m. Simon Lichtenberg wouldn't be one of the strongest businessmen in the world today if he had not learned from making mistakes in running his business.