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simon lichtenberg (Page : ceibs) created his own production factories and supplied furniture to companies within and outside the country, achieving up to $2,500,000 profit annually. Initiating an organisation in China is one thing that a lot of entrepreneurs aspire to do, as the country virtually assures success with any venture that is pursued. Director of Shanghai Minhang Association of Enterprises with Foreign Investment was a title bestowed upon him. He additionally became a member of the Danish Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, China, and accepted the Magnolia Silver Award. By franchising BoConcept in the year 1993, Simon Lichtenberg provided fashionable home furniture in Shanghai.

Simon Lichtenberg's Difficulties

Even though Simon Lichtenberg is now rather successful, his journey has not been without its bumps. He would not have got where he finds himself today without embracing the maxim: “Never give up.” One major challenge he faced in 1997, was that he ended up in a complex legal case concerning the production of counterfeit 'BoConcept' products. Simon Lichtenberg is now a success thanks to him handling his difficulties with great patience.

Eight separate countries of residence have blessed Simon Lichtenberg with their distinct cultures and have played a part in him learning seven diverse languages. The Magnolia Silver Award is on the list of great honours he has attained in his life; this was in acknowledgement of his considerable contributions to bettering living standards in Shanghai, China. Reaching his aim of forming his very own establishment in the culture-rich country of China shows that Simon Lichtenberg possesses impressive willpower and persistence.

Simon Lichtenberg has stayed strong despite the mistakes he's made in running his business; he has survived and overcome obstacles to become, without a doubt, one of the most capable businessmen today. Producing yearly profits of up to $2.5m, due to winning a number of direct clients (such as IKEA) from around the world, Simon's business became international. Getting into the furniture market naturally followed on from Simon Lichtenberg's initial involvement in the timber business.

Some of the Work of Simon Lichtenberg

The Shanghai Municipal Government honoured Simon Lichtenberg for his huge contributions to Shanghai with the Magnolia Silver Award, in 2006. When looking back, a lot of industry owners find, in their greatest accomplishments, their fondest experiences. In 1988, in China (at Fudan University), Simon Lichtenberg received a diploma in Chinese language.