A lot of construction projects are taking place in Brazil, and it is because of the country’s growing economy and huge investments from overseas companies. JHSF Participacoes, the country’s premier real estate and property development firm headed by Jose Auriemo Neto, is also building many construction projects all over the country. Since he became the company’s head in 2006, Jose Auriemo Neto led the JHSF Participacoes in a different direction. His efforts resulted in the growth of the corporate value, soaring to $1.2 billion. Many investors have also considered the company as a great investment option because of the superb performances from the real estate sector.
For more than 40 years of operations, the JHSF Participacoes experienced great changes under the leadership of Jose Auriemo Neto, and he also revealed that his next plans would be expanding overseas. The grandfather of Jose Auriemo Neto, who was the former corporate CEO, chose him to become the next leader because he saw his potential in becoming a leader. In the early 1990s, he was assigned to work on the construction of the Parque Cidade Jardim. Prior to the construction of the mall, he suggested to his grandfather that their company should enter the retail industry, because of its promising opportunity. Being able to persuade his grandfather, JHSF Participacoes entered the retail industry and he was tasked to lead the department in building malls and other structures that would be vital for their new venture.
When Parque Cidade Jardim was completed, it was listed as one of the largest shopping centers in the country, and many luxury brands have signed a business deal with JHSF Participacoes to secure space inside. The success of Jose Auriemo Neto in entering the retail industry also led to various business ventures conducted under his watch. The company has entered the hotel and restaurant business after they have seen the success of the retail sector, and they started to buy a hotel chain that was later renovated.Today, Jose Auriemo Neto is leading the partnership with the Brazilian government in building infrastructures, like a new airport in Sao Paulo.