JHSF Chief Executive José Auriemo Neto and How the Company Has Developed into an Industrial Leader

As Brazil transforms its economy into modern status, the real estate industry of Brazil is playing a crucial role in this transformation. The Sao Paulo-based JHSF Participacoes was founded in 1972 and has expanded into a prominent force in the real developing industry. Currently, the public company has a workforce of about 5,000 employees and specializes in both residential and commercial buildings.

Besides being a leading developer in Brazil, JHSF administers luxurious hotels, a business airport, and shopping centers. The company prides itself with the capacity to spot new market opportunities and tap them into profitable ventures. Among the virtues that make the company a force in the real estate industry are the daring and innovative natures among employees and executives.

JHSF does not only operate in the Sao Paulo region of Brazil but also operates internationally – the USA and Uruguay. In Uruguay, the company operates in Punta Del Este and has additional operational bases in Miami and New York. It runs hotels and restaurants under the brand Fasano Hotel and Restaurant in addition to running an international airport.

Jose Auriemo Neto is the Chief Executive Officer of the company and has been at the helm of the firm’s operations. The Brazilian executive oversees the company’s interests in hotels, restaurants, shopping malls, and other extensive brand portfolios. Neto has steered the firm into expansions in the USA, Uruguay, Manaus, Salvador, and Metro Tucuruv. Besides, JHSF is developing two new projects in the Sao Paulo region under the leadership of Jose Auriemo Neto.

Auriemo Neto began his career with JHSF in 1993 after completing his FAAP University degree. Four years later, Neto founded Parkbem, a management company for parking lot. The service department through Parkbem was a success, prompting Neto to oversee another successful development – Shopping Santa Cruz. The shopping destination in Santa Cruz was the first for the group and was launched in 1998. A decade later, the Brazilian executive oversaw the first partnership agreements for retail ventures. The 2009 contracts were with Jimmy Choo, Hermes, and Pucci. At the same time, JHSF opened its first retail outlet in the shopping complex of Cidade Jardim.