Jose Auriemo Neto is a distinguished entrepreneur in Brazil. He is the chairman and CEO of the largest real estate company in Latin America known as JHSF. It is under his leadership in this company has recorded the best results ever. He has streamlined the operations to an extent that the company is considered one of the best performing in the world. Jose Auriemo Neto joined JHSF at a very early age. His father was the previous owner of the company and he inducted his son to the business environment while he was in high school. By the age of 17 years, he was already familiar with the management of this company.
In 1993 after he finished campus, he was ready to start his career at JHSF. A few years after joining the company, he came up he created Parbem, a parking lot management system under JHSF. Jose Auriemo later took up the reigns of leadership in the company after his father left. Among the initial steps that he took to boost the growth of this company was to acquire the rights to develop a shopping center in Brazil. Ever since he made this decision, the company has been on an upward growth trend. In recent years, the company has shown interest in real estate property in other parts of the world. Already, they have initiated projects in the United States.
JHSF is a company that has adopted the best practices that are needed by modern companies to thrive. Factors such as sustainability are important in the construction of large projects such as the ones that JHSF is involved with. Jose Auriemo has recognized this as an issue that needs to be taken with the weight deserved. As a result, he has initiated measures that are to be followed by the company. Today, the company is showing a great emphasis on creating projects that create recurring income as well as protecting the environment from pollution. Under the leadership of Jose Auriemo Neto, this is going to be one of the successful companies in Brazil going into the future. He has the will and commitment to make this company the best developer of key buildings in Brazil.