José Auriemo Neto and his Quest to Address Consumers’ Needs in the Brazilian Real Estate Market Through JHSF’s Lucrative Projects
JHSF Development is a reputable property development company based in Brazil that is headed by José Auriemo Neto. The company has established good reputation from its commercial and residential developments that suit the needs of the Brazilian consumers. As the board chair and CEO, Auriemo Neto’s role involves overseeing JHSF’s interests in pursuing developmental projects.
Education and work experience
José Auriemo Neto is among other successful Brazilian corporate executives that went to the Fundaçao Armando Alvarez Penteado (FAAP) University for their tertiary education. He got the opportunity to work with JHSF in 1993 due to his exemplary academic performance in FAAP and his professionalism. In 1997, Auriemo Neto also gained critical acclaim in the company after developing Parkbem, a parking lot management subsidiary of JHSF. This acclaim enabled him to procure the rights to develop JHSF’s first shopping center (Shopping Santa Cruz).
Achievements at JHSF Development
Auriemo Neto’s CEO role involves administering JHSF’s extensive retail and shopping portfolio. The portfolio includes the Ponte Negra shopping centers situated in Manaus, Salvador based Bela Vista and the Metrò Tucuruv. Under Auriemo Neto’s tenure, JHSF Development began two developmental projects in São Paulo that are still under construction. According to the company’s CEO, this strategy is aimed at improving JHSF’s market share in the real estate industry.
In 2009, JHSF Development debuted its developmental activities in the retail industry. The firm’s debut was supported by luxury brands like Hermes, Jimmy Choo, and Pucci. As CEO, Auriemo Neto oversaw the partnership between his company and the three luxury brands.
The partnership allowed the luxury brands to open their retail stores in Cidade Jardim shopping complex, which was developed and is owned by JHSF Development. José Auriemo Neto was also instrumental in helping the firm secure a lucrative partnership with Valentino. This collaboration allowed Valentino to set up its first retail stores in Brazil.