Jose Auriemo Neto the CEO of JHSF Real Estate Company

JHSF is a Brazilian company that has greatly invested in the real estate sector. It is one of the leading companies that has shown great interest in the establishment and overseeing of shopping centers, five-star hotels, and airports. It was launched in 1992 and it is highly acknowledged for its ability to discover new business opportunities in the markets where they operate. Its ability to come up with viable solutions in its projects and other development ideas forms a crucial part of this company.

As it expanded, JHSF established its presence in major towns such as Sao Paulo, Salvador and many others. The firm comprises of several units such as Shopping centers, Airports, and Hotels.

Following a successful investment in the real estate, JHSF rechanneled its business focus to other ventures. Currently, the firm is focusing all its efforts in the implementation of its projects which revolves around developing and overseeing of shopping centers, hotels, and airports. JHSF is trading its shares in the Sao Paulo Boyespa Stock exchange market since it is a public company.

Jose Auriemo Neto is the founding father of JHSF where he currently serves as the chairman. He also served as its CEO in-charge of overseeing the brands interest in its development projects. He studied at FAAP University and then after school he started a parking lot management company called Parkbem. Following the success of this business, Jose Auriemo Neto was given the go-ahead to establish the firm’s first shopping destination which he successfully managed to see it develop.

In the year 2009, Jose Auriemo Neto led the firm in its initial investment into retail, therefore establishing partnerships with Hermes thus enabling the company to new retail outlets in one of its shopping complex. In 2012, JHSF under the leadership of Jose Auriemo Neto partnered with Valentico and this led to the establishment of the Red Valentico Stores in Brazil. Despite the challenges that Valentico went through when there was a decline in luxury sales, JHSF eventually managed to get its house in order thus making it possible for its first-quarter revenue to increase with 2.3 % and its gross profit increased by 16.1% after one year.