Guilherme Paulus Excellence In Brazil’s Tourism And Hospitality Industries


Posted by omeditors | Posted in Business Expert, Hotel Industry | Posted on 11-07-2018

Guilherme Paulus is a renowned businessman from Brazil who operates in the fields of tourism and hospitality. He serves the CVC Board as the chairman where he co-founded the tour operator company along with his partner in 1972. Paulus has been of great resource to the tourism sector in the country as he helped the industry evolve by bringing in new concepts in transportation, destinations, and hospitality sectors in Brazil. Again, with Paulus at the helm, the CVC brought tourism in Brazil to another level by incorporating systematic traveling and integrating the sector with the hospitality industry.

Further, Guilherme Paulus who is 68 years says he enjoys developing the country by creating jobs as it gives him fulfillment in his work. In the recent past, the entrepreneur invested R600 million in the hospitality industry where its brand name is GJP group, which is a chain of 20 hotels that are located in 11 states in Brazil. As a result, the businessman was named as the Entrepreneur of the Year in services due to his excellence in serving the customers well. Besides, the network of hotels has four flags where examples include the three-star; the Saint Andrews Premium Line, four-star; Linx, and the five-star; The Prodigy.

Furthermore, GJP group also acquired the Marulhos Suites Resort located in Porto de Galinhas as part of its expansion strategy. GJP’s other projects include the upscale hotels in Brazil where the Wish Foz do Iguacu was recognized as the best hotel by the World Golf Awards 2017. Better still, the hotel is next to the Parana Enterprise that is part of GJP’s projects, which was also named as the first in the condominium in the real estate sector. Guilherme Paulus says that the organization will add on to the 109 residential estates under the GJP’s portfolio in Aracaju and Maceio.

About Guilherme Paulus and how he started his Business Ventures

Guilherme Paulus made it to the list of Forbes billionaires due to his hard work and passion that led to Brazil’s lucrative business in the tourism industry. He started out at the age of 24 years when he established the CVC Brasil Operadora e Viagens S.A with his partner who exited the business after four years. Over the years the organization grew exponentially under Paulus leadership where he again invested to R$ 80 million when he founded the GJP Hotels and Resorts in 2005. Additionally, 2009 saw CVC organization sell 63.6% of its stake to the Carlyle Group, which is an international private equity firm at $ 420 million.