Brazilian Hospitality With Guilherme Paulus


Guilherme Paulus, 69, is the owner of Latin America’s biggest tour operation. He started CVC Brazil in 1972 when he was just 24 years old. His then-partner was a politician in the Brazilian community but left four years after the venture began. He has graced the Forbes billionaire list several times and continues to thrive in the tourism industry. During 2005 Guilherme Paulus established GJP Hotels and Resorts. This organization operates over 15 hotels and resorts in the country of Brazil and is looking to expand into airports. Greg’s businesses have thrived tremendously especially since the World Soccer Cup in 2014 followed by the Summer Olympics two years proceeding. Prior to entering the tourism industry he was an intern at IBM computers. Many people see Guilherme Paulus as a hero within the industry. Read more about Paulus at panrotas.com. His persistence and drive has propelled his business endeavors. The Brazilian community has praised him for his ability to enhance and improve the tourism sector of their country. In 2017 he was awarded Entrepreneur of The Year for his services in the field. He has a passion for developing and generating jobs, and overall those are matters that need continuous energy and effort in Brazil. Guilherme Paulus has invested over a half billion dollars in Brazilian hotels and states hospitality as being the art of serving customers well. His newest line of hotels created upwards of 2000 employment opportunities. Every year since he first started operating, Paulus and his businesses have grown exponentially. With hotels and properties accommodating any type of guest from the most modest to luxury seekers, Guilherme Paulus has built a diverse empire. Constantly seeing increasing spikes in business growth annually, it does not appear that he is slowing down anytime soon. luxury residential condominiums are the latest development projects added to the maestro’s resume.

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