JHSF Participacoes is a Brazilian company founded in 1972 in the city of Sao Paolo, and initially, the company specialized in construction materials, and it was only a small family business. The founder of the company, who is the grandfather of the present chief executive officer, Jose Auriemo Neto, has decided to expand his business and they started to accept projects and contracts in the 1990s. The company soon transformed into one of the most successful real estate developers in Brazil, and they can build iconic landmarks across the country. Many people have opted to purchase units from JHSF Participacoes because of its luxurious design and affordable price.
The current chief executive officer of the real estate development firm, Jose Auriemo Neto, wanted to expand the company’s operations. Joining the company in 1993, Jose Auriemo Neto has contributed a lot to their growth. It was his idea to venture into the retail industry, and under his directions, one of the largest shopping centers in Brazil was built. The Cidade Jardim is one of the projects assigned to Jose Auriemo Neto, and he did a great job in directing all of the people involved in the project to create a visually appealing landmark in the center of Sao Paolo. Today, the Cidade Jardim is considered as one of the best places for shopping in the country.
Jose Auriemo Neto was promoted to become the chief executive officer in the early 2000s, and his grandfather has given the position because they knew that he could manage the company properly. With his expertise in management, Jose Auriemo Neto transformed JHSF Participacoes into a multinational real estate and development company. The value of JHSF Participacoes also rose under the leadership of Jose Auriemo Neto, and it is now priced at more than $1 billion. Investors keep on purchasing their shares, and it helped in the further growth of the company. Today, JHSF Participacoes has an active project in the United States and Uruguay. Jose Auriemo Neto revealed that they are already in the talks with several European and Asian businesspeople who would help him infiltrate the Eurasian market.