Flavio Maluf, Brazilian Entrepreneur

Flavio Maluf is a Brazilian businessman. He is graduated from Armando Foundation and received a degree in mechanical engineering. Maluf decided he wanted to be an entrepreneur and take over the family business instead. His family is wealthy and has their own business. Maluf’s father is a popular businessman in Brazil.

Flavio Maluf speaks on the idea for Eucatex. The idea came from his great-grandfather, Salim, who owned the largest sawmills in Latin America at the time. They decided to use the mills to enter the wood fiber industry. The name of the business came from the name of the wood variety used in this process, called Eucalyptus. This type of wood is used in furniture industry and construction industry. Find out more about Flavio at barbacenaonline.com

Flavio Maluf states that an average day begins around eight in the morning. He attends business in the office four days of the week. His schedule is always planned according to the endeavors for that particular day or week. He schedules time for important meetings for all areas of the company. He often visits the factory to ensure operations are running smoothly and to the adequate standard of production.

During a survey conducted in 2017 and 2018 on harvest reports, the sale of soybeans and grains reached 119 million tonnes. This is a four percent increase from the previous survey. Maluf has reported these numbers from the Brazilian Supply Company called Conab. The European Union is the second-largest market for Brazil’s agribusiness and their exports. As of June, the area saw an increase in grains, produce and coffee goods imported from Brazil.

Flavio Maluf commented on the exports taking place in the region of Asia and their surrounding counties. Specifically China has been a major buyer of Brazilian exports. During the last year of sales, the main shipments contained staples such as soybeans and cellulose. These goods are imported to places around the globe such as Europe and Asia from Brazil. The Brazilian agribusiness has been in demand for a number of years.

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Guilherme Paulus: The Multiple Business Endeavors

Guilherme Paulus has launched several lucrative businesses in the tourism industry. The CVC travel agency, the GJP hotels and resorts network and even acquired the Webjet airlines. His many contributions to the travel industry have gotten him awards from many International governments. Guilherme Paulus has also been a member of the National Tourism Council since 2003. He is the only entrepreneur in the sector that has managed to integrate the Economic and Social Development Council of the Federal Government. Visit Bloomberg to learn more.

Guilherme Paulus founded the CVC Travel Agency in 1972 with a politician named Carlos Vicente Cerchiari. His partner left a business venture only four years after its creation and sold his shares to Guilherme Paulus. This left him with complete responsibility for the success of the travel agency. He managed to lead the company to success, and the CVC became the largest tourist operator in Latin America. He sold the company to the global investment firm, the Carlyle Group in 2009. The CVC is now capable of generating an annual revenue of 5.2 billion dollars.

In 2005, he founded the GJP hotels and resorts Network. This network now has control of 19 hotels all across the country of Brazil. There are seven in the Southern region, five hotels in the Southeast region and 7 more hotels in the Northeast region. His secret for success is to continuously provide excellent customer service. For Guilherme Paulus, the customer is what is the most important thing to focus on. The customer is a coffee, lunch, the dinner and the gas.

In 2006, he managed to acquire the webjet airlines. At the time of weeds acquisition the small airline had only one aircraft in its fleet. Guilherme managed to transform the small Airline into the third largest airline that operates in Brazil. The Webjet airline grew from having one aircraft in its Fleet to 20. He sold the company to gol in 2011.

His many contributions to the tourism industry have earned him recognition and awards from many international governments. The governments included are the United States, Mexico, France, Venezuela and Argentina. He has also been recognized by magazines in Brazil.

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