The real-estate sector is one of the most blooming areas of investment. There has been a rise of many real-estate companies, one of them being JHSF Participações. JHSF is a real-estate company based in Brazil. It is considered a leader in high-end real-estate in the country. The company was founded in 1972 by FàbioAuriemo. It is made up of four business units namely; Airport, Incorporation, Fasano Hotel & Restaurants and a Shopping center. It has an employee size of 1,001-5,000 employees. This real-estate company has made its presence felt in Brazil, and it takes great pride in its ability to lead innovative, quality and daring projects. Through the leadership of its chairman and CEO JosėAuriemo, the company continues to thrive and to dominate the Brazilian real-estate market.
Jose Auriemo joined JHSF in 1993, and since then, through his guidance, the company has been able to start several projects. He studied at the University of Fundação Armando ÀlvaresPenteado in Sao Paulo. He is considered by many a real-estate guru.
Mr. Auriemo founded JHSF’s first group service department in 1997. He accomplished this by creating a parking lot management company, Parkbem. He has spear-headed the company into many successful projects, one of such being, securing a partnership with Valentino. This brought about the opening of the very first Valentino and R.E.D. Valentino stores in Brazil. Another of his great accomplishment is the development of the company’s first shopping destination, Santa Cruz, in 1998.
Jose Auriemo has become the face of JHSF due to his hard work in making the group a force to reckon with. He is also credited for leading the group in its first retail venture in 2009. This retail venture was made into a reality by partnering with Hermes, Pucci and Jimmy Choo. The partnership gave birth to CidadeJadrim shopping complex, which is a retail under the management of JHSF. Mr. Auriemo has no plans of slowing down. Through his management, JHSF will continue to come up with development plans and bring transformation into the Brazilian real-estate market.