Family-run businesses are faced with the highest risk of failure. This is particularly because of poor management and conflict of interest. However, there are still few family-run businesses that manage to beat all odds and succeed. What these companies have in common is great leaders. And, this is the case of JHSF.
A Brief History of JHSF
JHSF is the leading construction and real estate development company in Brazil. It was founded back in the year 1972, by two brothers Fabio and Jose Roberto Auriemo and with the help of partners. Following an agreement, the company later split and Fabio went with the unit that was invested in real estate development, leaving his brother to handle the other unit. In the year 1993, Fabio’s eldest son, JoseAuriemoNeto joined the company.
Reasons for the Success of JHSF
JHSF is a leading real estate company, not only in Brazil but also beyond the Brazilian border’s. Following the continued success of the company, the owners decided to expand to New York and to Uruguay, and they continued to thrive in these areas. All this has been made possible by great management.
Under the leadership of Jose AuriemoNeto, everything is possible for JHSF. Since he joined the company, the real estate industry mogul has not been the same. It has all been about moving forward in the right direction.
So, what makes Jose AuriemoNeto such a good leader? The number trait that makes Neto a good leader is his experience. He is a graduate of the Fundação Armando ÁlvaresPenteado University (FAAP), where he good a good education base to support his career life. As for his career experience, he has over 24 years of that. For more than two decades, he has served JHSF, making it the best company that it can be. From the year2003, he has been the CEO of the company, a role that he was assigned to after being recognized for the deals he closed on behalf of JHSF. A decade later, after the opening of CidadeJardim, his father appointed him to succeed him as the executive president of the company. To know more click here.