Jose AuriemoNeto the Chief Executive Officer at JHSF Par

JHSF is national leader high-end real estate market in Brazil. The firm is active in both commercial and residential participations. JHSF also develops luxurious hotels, international airports and complex shopping centers. The company was first established in 1972 and is overly recognized for its competence and capacity of identifying new market opportunities.

JHSF has managed to set high standards by promoting quality and investing in sustainable business innovations. The company has continually increased its market presence in several regions that include Salvador, Manaus, Uruguay, New York and Sa Paulo. JHSF is exceptionally popular in the market for its four areas of operations in Incorporations, Fasano Hotel, Airport and restaurants.

The company has publicly traded its shares on Sao Paulo stock exchange market since 2007. This came as a result of a national offer from the government. With the latter maturity of global real estate markets, JHSF is now focused in areas that have recurring revenue.

In the recent past, the company has prioritized its projects in building shopping centers, Luxury hotels and Catarina Integrated Urban Development. The first stage of this gigantic project that comprises Catarina Executive Airport and Catarina Fashion outlet is seeing its way to completion.

Jose AuriemoNeto is the chief executive officer at JHSF Par. He has served in this rank since 2003. Jose first joined this company in 1993, he is highly honored for his pioneering role in the services department. In 1997 Jose managed to create a competitive company, Parkbem that managed the parking lot. Besides Jose served as the chief executive officer at JHSF Participacoes SA between 2006 and 2014.within the same period, Jose was an active member of the board of the company’s executive officers.

Jose established a shopping center department which he fully managed after acquiring the rights to develop Santa Cruz. In 2003, Jose became the Executive Officer at YPO where he acted as the executive director and chairperson. For the record, Neto attended partial vocational training in engineering at Armando AlvaresPenteado. He also pursues business administration course at FASE. Finally, Jose is has a philanthropic person with mastery of skills in leadership and management.

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Omar Yunes Reinvents the Mexican Hospitality with BFW – 2015 Award

Omar Yunes, a leading entrepreneur in Mexico, is credited with reinventing the Mexican hospitality with the Best Franchisee of the World – 2015 Award. It is considered as a significant achievement for the entire hospitality industry of the country that was considered as a regional issue for long. The Award brings the global attention to the country and its hospitality sector, according to Diego Elizarrarrás, the leading organizer of BFW Mexico version. The BFW global competition took place on Dec. 5, 2015, in the Italian city, Florence. Yunes won the award for his franchise’s contribution to the brand he is associated with, Sushi Itto – a leading Japanese fast-food brand. It should be noted that the 2015 edition of the competition saw the participation of various franchises from 34 countries around the world, including Portugal, Brazil, Italy, Mexico, Hungary, France, Argentina, and more.

Interestingly, the competition did not consider the brands or their values and instead, compared the franchise’s effects on each associated brand. It includes the influence of franchise on the network, savings implemented, contributions as knowledge, improvements proposed to the network, motivation of employees within in the franchise, and more. Elizarrarrás confirmed that Yunes’ franchise acted as a change factor in the brand-franchise relationship, implementing control boards, and achieving better management using the information to scale clearer measurements across the units. Yunes responded to the recognition that he was elated with the achievement and confirmed it as the result of the hard work of more than 400 employees from the franchise’s units.

Yunes is a young entrepreneur with ventures in hospitality, retail, entertainment, and more. He founded Sushi Itto franchise at the age of 21 and strategized for the growth plan of its units across the country. Currently, his franchise has 13 units in the country, covering all the major cities. His units count to nearly 10% of the total strength of the brand. Interestingly, Yunes won the Mexican version of BFW – 2015 – the first version for Mexico – in November 2015 to make his franchise competing in the global BFW competition. The objective of the competition was to reward leadership, teamwork, continues improvement, and innovation.