Succeeding in business isn’t always easy. In fact, most entrepreneurs fail to strike success, let alone excellence, in whatever industry they hope to conquer.
The same can’t be said for José Auriemo Neto. Mr. Neto is relatively young for being a leading executive in Brazil, known as one of the most populated countries on planet Earth – that means it has tons of competition – as he was born in 1972. José Auriemo Neto is the chairman and chief executive officer of JHSF Participacoes South America, one of the country’s hottest real estate development companies.
José Auriemo Neto Didn’t Find Success From The Jump
Some people think that success is owed to them, or that the world owes them something. José Auriemo Neto has never thought this way.
Even though his father founded JHSF Participacoes South America, the younger Neto didn’t find his way into an executive capacity until 2011.
José Auriemo Neto began working for his father’s real estate company at the. young age of 17, when most people are still focused on school. Rather than attending business school, José Auriemo Neto knew that tons of hard work, effort, and a drive to learn would take him far – and that it has.
Here’s What José Auriemo Neto Is Up To Today
At JHSF Participacoes, José Auriemo Neto has made rounds in news media for being in charge of Cidade Jardim – the phrase translates into English as “garden city” – in the heart of Brazil’s hottest metropolitan area.
Rather than just being a nature exhibit, José Auriemo Neto turned Cidade Jardim into a shopping mall, several nearby apartment complexes, and businesses that employee hundreds of workers.
In the past, Mr. Neto oversaw the production of both Metro Santa Cruz and Tucuruvi Statio, two hot shopping centers.