Guilherme Paulus is one of the biggest personalities in the Brazilian tourism industry. Founding both the CVC Brasil Operadora e Agencia de Viagens S.A. and GJP Hotels & Resorts, his support for the tourism sector has been helping the industry’s growth in the last couple of decades. He is also a member of Thematic Chamber of Marketing of the Ministry of Tourism. In the light of meeting a new Minister of Tourism, Paulus gave his insight about the current tenure while giving is expectations for the next one. Learn more about Guilherme Paulus at interview.net
In an interview with the M&E which happened during the Itaipu Golf Cup, Guilherme Paulus has praised the work of the current Tourism Minister Vinicius Lummertz. The businessman also mentioned how Lummertz is working really hard while in the office to ensure that lesser problems are to be passed to the next in line. He also pointed out how Lummertz’ experiences in tourism helped in countering the setbacks he encountered when he assumed this position years ago. Paulus also stated that Lummertz is one of the best ministers for the tourism sector.
Also in the same interview, Guilherme Paulus stated make his big expectations known for the upcoming Minister of Tourism, Marcelo Alvaro. According to Guilherme Paulus, Alvaro is also a great candidate for the position and will not be falling out of a parachute because he knows what he is coming into. In addition, the CVC and GJP founder assured that Alvaro will have the support he needed from the personalities of the Brazilian tourism sector. Guilherme Paulus also suggested that Alvaro’s first move should be to have a conversation with the largest entities in the sector in order to know their main objectives.
The Itaipu Golf Cup, which is the Iguassu Golf Tour took place in the exclusive golf courses situated in Wish Foz do Iguacu resort. This resort is also one of the main attractions of the GJP resorts. Guilherme Paulus celebrated how one of GJP’s resort became the venue for the Iguassu Golf Tour. Overall, 72 players played in the event, with Paulus stating with confidence how the venue attracted golfers from Brazil, Argentina, and Paraguay.