Up-Close With Zeco Auriemo as He Wields Lucrative Real Estate Investments with Unrivaled Flair in Brazil

Zeco Auriemo’s reputation as a seasoned entrepreneur remains unrivaled. As the President of JHSF, a leading Brazilian company with a flair for developing iconic buildings, Zeco Auriemo has proven to be a force to reckon with by overcoming numerous obstacles in his quest for global domination. By working in the company since his teenage years, Zeco Auriemo consistently cultivated his craft to amass a ton of experience and exceptional expertise crucial in dominating the market and turning his vision into reality.

Formally known as Jose but nicknamed as Zeco during his teenage years, the young entrepreneur showcased unmatched leadership characterized by an unwavering commitment to participating and thriving at the International Youth Coexistence held in Japan. Not only that, but the young upcoming entrepreneur also resided in Europe to harness his horse riding skills under the insightful leadership of Nelson Pessoa Filho.

Aged 17, Zeco Auriemo had enrolled at Sao Paulo’s Faculty of Engineering to pursue Engineering while also toiling at JHSF’s parking administration division. More interested in the company’s day-to-day management, the young Zeco deemed it necessary to pursue his burning desire to ultimately lead the company in the future just as his father had done before.

With over two decades in the business, JHSF has consistently grown by leaps and bounds to own and invest in a multitude of real estate projects. During this illustrious period, the company has made an indelible mark in a plethora of projects both in Sao Paulo and beyond including Manaus, Salvador, and Uruguay. In recent years, the company has shifted its focus to shopping centers with prominent complexes such as the Shopping Metro Santa Cruz and Shopping Metro Tucuruvi taking center stage.

By the early 2000s, Zeco Auriemo is credited with pulling off an audacious risk by investing in a costly multifunctional project dubbed the Parque Cidade Jardim. Courtesy of his bold skills, the shopping complex currently incorporates residential buildings, an opulent shopping mall and commercial buildings that serve a diverse scope of customers. With astronomical profits pouring in from the complex, JHSF subsequently decided to take the company public at the Sao Paulo Stock Exchange.