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Brazil is known for samba, football, and amazing beaches. It has great natural beauty, but it had failed to attract tourism for many years. It was the effort of Guilherme Paulus that has helped attract millions of tourists from around the world. One of the richest persons in Brazil, Guilherme Paulus is one of the prominent names in the Brazilian tourism industry. In the last couple of decades, the Brazilian tourism industry has been growing at a staggering pace.

More and more people from across the globe are flooding the country to enjoy its natural beauty and lively culture. Also, the nightlife of the country has been one of the pivotal reasons behind the growth of the tourism in the country. Guilherme Paulus has helped in the development and promotion of the tourism in the country, and the company that he founded when he was just 24, CVC has grown to become the third largest tour and travel operators globally. The reason behind the massive growth of his company is that he has been able to deliver products that are extraordinary and affordable at the same time. He has also helped get investors from foreign companies to invest in the tourism industry, and that has turned helped lift the standards of its hospitality provided to the guests. Find out more about Paulus at Exame.

Guilherme Paulus knows what the clients are looking for and has been able to device the travel packages that meet the requirements of an average traveler. Starting from luxury packages to affordable travel packages, his company CVC offers everything to suit the palate of different kinds of travelers with different requirements. Guilherme Paulus has the net worth of over $1.9 billion as per Forbes, and it has been growing steadily as well. CVC is a publicly traded travel firm and is listed in Brazil’s stock exchange. Recently, the company was taken over by the United States-based private equity firm named Carlyle Group, which took over the majority stake in the company for $420 million. Guilherme is also the co-owner of the GJP Hotels and Resorts, which is one of the leading hotels and resorts chains in the country with a total of fifteen properties located strategically. Learn more: https://www.panrotas.com.br/noticia-turismo/mercado/2017/08/guilherme-paulus-heroi-ou-vilao-do-turismo-veja-opiniao_148369.html

 

Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi is the President of the Bradesco. He was born in October 1951 in the town of Marilla, Sao Paulo. He attended Sao Paulo school of letters and sociology for a postgraduate degree in sociology. He started working in Bradesco at the age of 22 in 1969. With 40 years’ experience, he holds many positions within the Bank. Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi was appointed at the Department Director in 1961 within the bank and later Managing Director in 1998. In 1999, he was appointed the Executive Director.

With his outstanding experience and hard work, he became the Group CEO and also the executive member of the Board of Directors at Bradesco, this was on March 10, 2009. He holds other distinct and distinguished management positions in Bradesco. Through his participation and activities in the insurance, he has received many awards and honours. In 2003 and 2009 he was awarded the Insurance Person of the Year in the whole of the insurance sector. His dedicated career in the Bradesco Institution made him being nominated as the President.

During the mid-1980s while serving in the marketing department in Bradesco banks, he assisted the bank a lot in its public relations exercise. Through his hard work and dedication, the bank was drawn closer to the media industry which in turn adopt the advertising strategy as well as conventional marketing.

Today, Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi is among the people who are considered very influential especially in the insurance and banking industry in Brazil. Additionally, when he assumed the presidency of the Bradesco Bank in 2003, he managed to turn the institution fortunes around. As a firm believer in the outstanding growth, he managed to outsmart his chief competitor in the banking industry, Itau Unibanco. Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi as a master strategist engineered the taking over of the HSBC Branch in Brazil with a prize of about $5.2 billion. This idea makes the Bradesco bank to regain the leadership position in the marketplace which had fallen.

His success and the organic management style is the core responsible for the achievement enjoyed by the Bradesco in the recent years. The main aim of the Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi in the company is the acquisitions of many customers. The recent movement is the initiation of the client acquisition program which is targeting a large market base of more than 100 million by 2025. In 2009 till today the company had received more than 27 million customers alone who are living in Brazil. This outstanding achievement has proven that Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi is a manager, business leader and also an entrepreneur.

Many people across Brazil consider his efforts, experience and input in the development of the marketing industries and insurance sector as the backbone of the country`s economy. His achievement in the insurance and banking industry are very many, for example in 2008 he assisted the bank to double its assets to more than $78 billion. During the first year as the president of the Bradesco, the return of the bank on equities alone rose to 29% from 22%. Also, the Bradesco contribution to the performance of the group increased from 26% to 35%.http://ultimosegundo.ig.com.br/os-60-mais-poderosos/luiz-carlos-trabuco/52382e759cd61ea113000004.html

He is the fourth president of Bradesco Bank since its 70 years in history. The leadership style of Luiz Carlos Trabuco Cappi depends on extending the needs, feelings, desires and likes by offering services to the clients which match with his requirements. The knowledge he has in engineering, economy, management and accounting has helped him in the comprehension of the intricacies and needs of the Brazilian banking and insurance sectors.

 

About Flavio Maluf And His Firm, Euxatex

Flavio Maluf is now the president of Brazilian manufacturing company, Eucatex. This is a company that has a long history of harvesting and exporting raw materials abroad. It also supplies much of Brazil’s domestic furniture and construction industries.

Under Flavio Maluf’s leadership Eucatex has begun to increasingly diversify its product offerings which now includes manufactured goods such as paints. The core products of Eucatex still remain however wooden boards and ceiling tiles for use in construction and furniture making. The company also creates door jambs and sells eucalyptus tree seedlings.

President Maluf holds a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering and also has a degree in business administration from New York University. Flavio Maluf served as an executive and before that worked in the marketing, sales and manufacturing departments before he was appointed president of the board. Mr. Maluf is famous for taking a proactive and hands on approach to management at Eucatex.

Flavio Maluf’s View Of The Brazilian Economy’s Recovery Post Recession

As president of a manufacturing company, Flavio Maluf has a positive outlook for the Brazilian economy. He points out that the Brazilian manufacturing sector has grown by a paltry 0.3% in the last quarter but it is significant for the following reason. The previous five quarters stretching from 2016 and into 2015 have seen the manufacturing sector actually shrink. The small increase shows that Brazil’s economy can be getting out of a recession that began in late 2014.

Another metric that Flavio Maluf points out is the fact that Brazil’s GDP to date is smaller by about 3.8% than it was a year ago. Still he says, that private and public investments can help lift the economy. They will be vital to help Brazil recover and investors are feeling more optimistic now than before says Maluf. This should help end the recession sooner than later.

Flavio Maluf also highlights the industrial entrepreneur confidence index which has now surpassed the 50 percent threshold. This represents the turning point from pessimism in industry to optimism. Industrial production is also seeing a small but steady increase which can be a sign of a recovering economy says Maluf.