JHSF has been running since 1972 as a leader in high profile real estate sector. It specializes in residential and commercial companies, developing shopping centers, international airports, and deluxe hotels. The Brazil based company has risen up the ranks of public trust due to its ability to create and venture in new opportunities in the existing market. It has become well known for its innovation, quality of work, taking risks and capability to find working solutions in many of the development projects it has undertaken. The company has stemmed its roots in several companies including Sao Paulo, Miami, New York, Punta del Este, Manaus and Salvador.
The company runs on a clear business model made up of four business units: the Incorporation, the Shopping Center, Fasano Hotels & Restaurant, and the airport. JHSF’s many years of service have seen the company listed in the helm of the Corporate Governance segment of the Bovespa in April 2007. The company is also the employer of up to 5,000 employees.
Serving as the chairman and chief executive officer of the JHSF Participacoes SA is Jose Auriemo Neto, a Brazilian executive. He is in charge of supervising the company’s interest in various hotels, office buildings and public developments. Additionally, the CEO oversees the group’s vast retail and shopping portfolio. This also comprises the Metro Tucuruv, the Ponta Negra shopping center in Manaus, the Bella Vista in Salvador and the Cidade Jardim shopping complex in Sao Paulo.
The company first ventured into retail by signing a partnership deal with Hermes, Pucci and Jimmy Choo. Neto played an instrumental role. In 2012, he led the group to agree a partnership with Valentino, which saw the start of the Valentino and R.E.D. Valentino stores in Brazil. Prior to joining the JHSF in 1993, Neto was acquiring his education in the Fundacao Armando Alveres Pentando (FAAP) University located in Sao Paulo. Four years after joining, he led the company to establish a services department through creation of a parking lot management company, Parkbem. Parkbem succeeded and handed Neto the right to develop the its first shopping destination.
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