José Auriemo Neto, Improving the World Around Him

Among the family based businesses in Sao Paulo, Brazil, one name stands out.

José Auriemo Neto is a businessman who’s on the move. He’s not only involved in commercial and, residential real estate, he’s also a success in fashion. Brokering deals such as bringing Valentino, Hermes, and Jimmy Choo to the country, he’s much adored by his fellow citizens. With Brazil experiencing such an economic boom, its citizens wanted access to high quality, brand name fashion. He’s listed as being on the prestigious Business of Fashion 500 list, a distinction given to the leaders in the industry.

José Auriemo Neto has a strong educational background. He studied civil engineering and development at Fundação Armando Álvares Penteado (FAAP) University in Sao Paulo. In his early years, Neto was leading Parkbem. This company specialized in the services sector, specifically in parking management. The company was tied to JHSF, his father’s business at the time. He started working on developing a number of real estate development projects during this time. Shopping at Santa Cruz, Ponta Negra, among others. He also aided in putting in the first integrated subway station in a shopping mall. Improving the land around him and, making the landscape work to improve the lives of his fellow Brazilians, Neto is a well-recognized leader in his country.

In years coming, José Auriemo Neto plans to expand beyond the borders of Brazil. Cidade Jardim is brand name is recognized by not only Brazilians but travelers from around the world. The company is listed to also be operating in Lisbon, Portugal, where Neto is listed as the founder and CEO. Hospitality is another area Neto works in and also has had an impact in the hospitality industry through developing lodging facilities. You’ll most likely continue to hear about Neto, as his presence impacts the world as a leader in fashion and real estate.

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