Brazilian real estate Company, JHSF has in the past few years announced itself on the global scene. After growing to dominate the market in Brazil, the company is looking to expand into the international market with inroads already made in the cities of Miami, New York (both in the United States), and Punta del Este (in Uruguay). If the company manages to replicate its success the Brazilian real estate industry, it will in the next few years become one of the largest developers in the world.
In Brazil, JHSF has adopted a daring and innovative approach that has thus far worked tremendously. After exclusively dealing in the development of commercial and residential projects for the earlier portion of its existence, in 1998 the company decided to make the unusual inclusion of shopping malls to its business operation. The company’s first shopping mall, located in Sao Paulo, was named and Shopping Santa Cruz and since then JHSF has gone on to develop a further five – all of which, are also managed by the company. A few years later, JHSF made another daring leap by purchasing a group of hotels. Today, the Fasano Group of Hotels are integral revenue sources for JHSF. That said, the company’s riskiest move yet came two years ago with the commencement of an airport development project. To know more about JHSF click here.
Jose Auriemo Neto
The tremendous success JHSF has experienced in the last few years could not have been accomplished without the strategic leadership of its current CEO, Jose Auriemo Neto. Having been in the real estate industry for more than two decades, Mr. Neto understands that the biggest risks often come with possibilities of high returns. Consequently, even when the industry has been moving in a certain direction, he has not been afraid to steer JHSF away from it.
Jose Auriemo Neto’s exemplary leadership skills have over the years attracted the attention of a number of organizations. For example, the YPO (Young Presidents Organization) has previously selected him to serve as an executive officer. Unsurprisingly, his performance was so exemplary in the one-year term that he got selected to serve in second consecutive.