José Auriemo Neto, earned his degree from Fundacao Armando Alvares Penteado (FAAP) in Sao Paulo. It is at FAAP José Auriemo Neto began his unique understanding of the establishment of relationship and partnerships, in business and the necessity of them to be successful. José Auriemo Neto would take these skills with him as when came onboard at JHSF over twenty years ago in 1993. JHSF, a real estate holdings company, who focuses on the development of commercial and residential properties, with an emphases on higher end real estate holdings.
José Auriemo Neto has found himself at the forefront of many JHSF’s growth and development over the years. In 1997 José Auriemo Neto was responsible for the Genesis of JHSF’s Services Department, with the founding of Parkbem. Parkbem is a company which is responsible for the management of parking lots. Initiating JHSF’s Service Department would not be José Auriemo Neto last venture in pioneering solution for the company. José Auriemo Neto would follow up his Parkbem establishment, by again establishing, what would be JHSF’s first experience with luxury brands. José Auriemo Neto negotiated partnerships with Hermes, Pucci, and Jimmy Cho. You would think, at this point José Auriemo Neto had enough on his plate to keep him very busy through retirement, but 2012 he was responsible for launching JHSF’s first Valentino and RED.
Looking at José Auriemo Neto resume out of college, it is not hard to understand how he was named Chief Executive twice in 2003 to 2004 and again in 2004 to 2005, at the Young President Organization. Young President Organization is group consisting of more than 25,000 members from more than 130 countries. YPO is a collaborative organization founded in 1950, and serves as a place for leaders in business from around the world can collaborate and learn from each other.