Guilherme Paulus, joins the list of Forbes billionaires, due to the booming tourism sector in Brazil. He was the co-founder of tour operator CVC in 1972 when he was at the age of 24. Guilherme Paulus’ friend was a politician, and that made him leave the organization years later. Under the leadership of Paulus, the company has grown to become the leading tour operator in Brazil. In 2009, the Carlyle Group, a private global equity company bought 63.6 percent shares of CVC. The price was estimated at $420 million. There are expectations of the firm to list its shares soon. The tremendous growth of the company has led to interest from the public and investors. Learn more about Guilherme Paulus at Crunchbase.
Founder of GJP Resorts and Hotels
In 2005, Guilherme Paulus founded GJP Resorts and Hotels. The facility is in control of over 15 resorts, and hotels in Brazil, and it is bidding to establish, and maintain hotels near Brazil airports. He says that he begins his day by thinking. He is extreme and optimistic. He, therefore, has a habit of writing his weekly schedule, and that makes him more productive and organized. Visit Wikipedia to know more about GJP Hotels and Resorts.
The Use of Technology
Paulus confirms that the use of technology in our daily lives is one of the things that attracted his attention. With the speed of information, a person can understand, and act quickly on the demands of the consumers, and the market trends that might emerge. Additionally, he says that he has a habit of traveling a lot to where he has hotels, and that makes him learn and get better. The exchange with consumers and employees is one of the habits that make him more productive.
Conclusively, Guilherme Paulus says that for a person to make a dream come true, they need to love what they do. Besides, people need to be attentive to the needs of their consumers, consumption, and change in behavior. Some entrepreneurs end up lacking this proximity to the edge of the organization. Guilherme Paulus stipulates that he always has a vision of not paying attention to only one market. International tourism pays a lot, but that does not make him neglect local tourism.