José Auriemo Neto is the CEO of JHSF, a real estate company in Brazil which is focused on the development of commercial and residential properties. He graduated from Fundação Armando Alvares Pentenado University in São Paulo, then began his career with JHSF in 1993. José Auriemo Neto demonstrated leadership qualities as a teenager. He became President of JHSF before he was 30 years old.
Under José Auriemo Neto’s leadership, JHSF’s real estate ventures included prominent properties such as Cidade Jardim shipping complex in São Paulo, the Metrô Tucuruvi, the Bela Vista in Salvador and the Ponta Negra shopping Centre in Manaus. JHSF also owns property in the United States and Uruguay.
José Auriemo Neto conquered more than the real estate industry. In 2009, JHSF’s first retail ventures were with Hermes, Pucci, and Jimmy Choo; having exclusive partnership agreements with all three. JHSF-owned Cidade Jardim shopping complex was home to these luxury brands’ first retail outlets. JHSF also secured a partnership with Valentino in 2012. This launched the first Valentino and Red Valentino stores in Brazil.
In 2018, José Auriemo Neto made BoFs 500(Business of Fashion) list. This list consists of the most influential people shaping the $2.4 trillion fashion industry around the world.
In 2016, José Auriemo Neto added an airport to JHSF’s accomplishments. The Catarina Executive Airport sits on a sizable plot of land leading west from São Paulo to Sorocaba. Its 8,000-foot main runway enables large intercontinental private jets to arrive directly at the airport. The Catarina also has an airport terminal and space for FBOs (fixed-based operators), MROs (maintenance, repair, and overhaul) and private hangers.
José Auriemo Neto has solidified JHSF future with his business savvy in both the real estate and fashion industries.