The Unassailable Leadership Of Jose Auriemo Neto At JHSF

It is quite noticeable that the development of JHSF must be having a bigger propeller behind its rapid growth. Everyone knows that growth doesn’t just happen; there must be someone who is sacrificing his time and resources to make things move. One of such individuals is the Chairman and the Chief Executive Officer of JHSF, Mr. Jose Auriemo Neto. JHSF is one of the leading property developers and real estate company that is usually focused on developing commercial and residential properties across Brazil and internationally.

Mr. Jose Auriemo Neto and his brother, Fabio, started the corporation in 1972 in Sao Paulo City just as Construction Company but the duo had a vision of making it the leading real estate developers in Brazil. From the look of things, it seems their vision has been accomplished since the company has become one of the biggest property developers not only in Brazil but it has expanded its wings to New York City where it has developed the 815 building on the 5th Avenue in NY.

Under the leadership of Jose Auriemo Neto, JHSF has seen tremendous growth especially from 2001 when they unveiled a new revolution of how malls ought to be. They did this by developing the renowned Metro Santa Cruz mall in Sao Paulo which offered convenience to customers because of its subway station integration in its construction. Jose joined JHSF in 1993 at the age of 27 and brought incredible changes and by 2006, they had ventured into luxury market by developing Cidade Jardim complex which houses various international brands making it one of the most preferred destinations for many.

In 2007, Jose Auriemo Neto took another step of offering the JHSF shares where they got capital and they diversified it across Brazil where it developed Horto Bela Vista Complex, Catarina Fashion Outlet, and Fazenda Boa Vista. It has signed a partnership with Pucci, Jimmy Choo, Valentino, and Hermes. He studied at Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP) University, Sao Paulo.

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