The Entrepreneurial Achievements Of Guilherme Paulus

Guilherme Paulus is known all throughout his home country of Brazil as one of the best businessmen. The successful entrepreneur has earned recognition and honors from various international Governments around the world and has received tremendous attention from many media outlets. He has grown to be a billionaire by following his dreams and persevering through all of the challenges and obstacles that faced him along the way. He has almost 50 years of experience in the tourist industry and has been an entrepreneur since 1972.

Guilherme Paulus has stated that his success is due to the way that he manages his relationships with the customers. For Mr. Paulus, it is imperative to have a constant commitment to customer satisfaction. According to Guilherme, the customer is the coffee, the lunch, the dinner, and the gas. The entrepreneur suggests to not attempt to change politics, but to instead come up with a plan of our own. To create and plan. His top characteristics for being successful in any profession are:

– Do not be afraid to take risks
– Be optimistic
– Be determined
– Love what you do

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Guilherme Paulus has managed to co-found the CVC travel agency in 1972 and turn it into the largest tourist operator in Latin America. He sold a large portion of the company to the global investment firm, the Carlyle Group in 2009 and is still a third owner of it. The CVC is now able to generate an annual revenue of approximately $5.2 billion.

He was able to found the GJP Hotels and Resorts in 2005. The Hotels and Resorts network is now in control of 19 hotels and resorts all across the Nation of Brazil. There are 7 hotels in the Southern Region of Brazil, 5 hotels in the Southeast Region, and 7 in the Northeast Region.

Guilherme acquired the small airline, Webjet in 2006. The airline had only one aircraft during the time of its acquisition. Guilherme Paulus managed to turn the small airline into the third largest airline that operates in Brazil and it now has 20 aircraft in its fleet.