The progress of JHSF under the leadership of Jose Auriemo Neto

With a market value to the tune of R $ 1.20 billion and about 500 employees, JHSF is one of the largest real estate company in Brazil. JHSF core business is the development and construction of commercial & residential real estate, hotels, restaurants, airports and shopping malls. Most of the assets of JHSF contribute recurrent income to the company, and it is the reason JHSF is one of the most profitable real estate companies in Brazil.

Success of JHSF

Ever since it was established back in 1972 by two brothers, Jose Roberto Auriemo and Fabio Auriemo, JHSF has remained the most prolific and growth-oriented company in Brazil’s real estate sphere. Today, JHSF has not only completed some of the biggest and illustrious projects in Brazil but has also expanded its scope to cover Uruguay and the United States. JHSF would in 2001, begin and complete the construction of Shopping Metro Santa Cruz, which is a major milestone as the mall was a first of its kind in the country.

New leadership

The first son of Fabio Auriemo would take over at JHSF in 2003 and steered the company to greater heights. It is during this time that JHSF would open more shopping malls such as the Bela Vista in Salvador, Cidade Jardim in Sao Paulo, and Ponta Negra in Manaus, and Metro Tucuruv in Sao Paulo. Jose Auriemo Neto is viewed by many as the young blood that introduced major changes at JHSF leading to greater success.

About Jose Auriemo Neto

Jose Auriemo first got involved with JHSF back in 1993. Four years into his stay at JHSF, Auriemo realized that the company was struggling with space for parking and he, therefore, established Parbem, a parking lot management company in 1997. The innovative mind of Jose Auriemo would inspire his rise to CEO of the company in 2003.

Jose Auriemo, since 2009, is a member of the Board of Executives of JHSF and is also a member of the Young Presidents Organization. Auriemo attended Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado University (FAAP) in Sao Paulo, Brazil where he studied engineering.

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