Malls answer the problem of a country’s economic woes because they can churn out the economic growth of the nation. In Brazil, the malls are not only concerned with improving the economies of the country, but it also brings out the best in the country. There are many leaders in the economic progress in Brazil, but none seem to be able to compare to what the real estate sector has done for the country.
One of the leaders in the real estate dynamics of Brazil is JHSF, which is a network that handles several operations of various commercial markets and residential units all across the country. With JHSF’s acquisition of many of the country’s relevant stocks both in a commercial and residential division, it’s little wonder why it’s the leader in mall developments and upscale hotels management.
JHSF also handles an international executive airport in Brazil, and that contribution has given tangible economic change for the country.
JHSF’s Leadership Under José Auriemo Neto
José Auriemo Neto is the man behind the dynamic economic growth of JHSF. He is right now the man who was able to undertake the full responsibilities of running the kind of commercial malls that propel growth in Brazil. Jose is also one of the founders who gave rise to the JHSF enterprise in the city of Sao Paulo around the year 1972 along with his brother Fabio.
The leadership of the two brothers has established the construction and incorporated networking needed for the company to grow in the delivery of their services.
Jose is also able to form the significant emerging decision that brought rise to the different improvements for the enterprise. The merger then got signed and contributed to raising the number of employees currently working in the industry. Right now the number of people who believe in the company as employees have now reached 500, and will continue to rise as Jose expands to various markets.
With the different decisions that Jose contributed to the enterprise, it’s little wonder why the JHSF will find itself growing to greater heights in real estate development for both residential and large-scale commercial buildings, as well as in shopping malls and restaurants.
José AuriemoNeto, the President and Chairman of JHSF, offers world-class real estate solutions to Brazilians through his firm. JHSF is a real estate development company which is providing high-quality real estate solutions to the high-end sector of Brazil. It has residential, retail, and commercial projects, and all of them are focused to provide comprehensive solutions to the users and at the same time sustainable. It has four business units including shopping centers and malls, residential and commercial developments, Fasano brand hotels and restaurants, and an executive airport in São Paulo, which is purely designed to address the requirements of the international business world.
The real estate firm is founded in the year 1972 and grew consistently in the market by providing solutions which are designed with innovation, quality, daring, pioneering, and sustainability which is the core of the company’s DNA. JHSF has the presence in all the major cities in Brazil including Manaus, Salvador, and São Paulo, and it has an international presence in Uruguay and U.S. Considering the maturing real estate sector in overseas, the company shifted its focus from one-time income to recurring revenue. It means that the firm is targeting rent outs than selling the units in the recent years. JHSF became a public company in 2007 by listing in São Paulo stock exchange and going for an IPO. By considering the quality of the projects in the sector, the firm won the American-Architects Awards for its The Vitara Building.
José AuriemoNeto joined the firm in the year 1993 and helped it to set up the services department. He created a parking lot management division under the company called Parkbem in 1997. Neto played a crucial role in starting the shopping center business under the firm and took care of the overall supervision of its first shopping center, Shopping Santa Cruz, including its planning and approval to completion and maintenance. Click here to know more.
In 2003, he became the Chief Executive Officer of the firm and led it to a rampant expansion of its retail division especially after 2005. In 2011, Neto became the Executive Chairman of JHSF. He completed his Engineering graduation from Fundação Armando ÁlvaresPenteado before venturing to business.