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José Auriemo’s Unmatched Leadership Skills in JHSF

JHSF is Brazil’s leading real estate company that deals in commercial and residential incorporation. The company that opened its first office in 1972 takes part in the administration and development of shopping centers and state-of-the-art hotels. It made headlines by investing in an airport to the delight of its clients. Some of the factors contributing to its success include sustainability, quality, and its power of innovation and guts to invest in new ground. JHSF extended its operations in Manaus, Salvador, and São Paulo. Additionally, the company opened more branches in New York, and one office in Punta del Este, Uruguay. Fábio Auriemo started the company but his son, José Auriemo, took over the leadership. He doesn’t disappoint because of his expertise capabilities to develop the company over the years.

One of the famous JHSF investments is Parque Cidade Jardim complex that sits on an 80,000-square-meter area. The four offices and nine residential towers give the tenants enough space to do their activities without congestion. The larger portion of the complex includes a shopping mall comprising of 180 stores and the remaining part the Fasano hotels and some apartments. The unique design of the mall attracted more recognized companies to set up shops including Empório Fasano, Daslu; Casa do Saber and Cinemark. Besides, Ermenegildo Zegna, Armani, and Louis Vuitton are some of the top international brands with outlets in the complex. José Auriemo facilitated the Garden City and the Fasano chain of hotels and agreed with Daslu to invest in Brazil through Eliana Tranchesi stores. JHSF is the proud owner of Shopping Metrô Tucuruvi among other investments.

José Auriemo, the Chairman of JHSF, continues to develop his father’s investment through his investment skills. Before taking over the Chairmanship, he worked as the Chief Executive Office leading the development of the company’s offices, public developments, and hotels. Besides facilitating the construction of the various company’s properties, he anchored the company to survive the Brazilian economic setback in 2016 and 2017. The talented executive honed his leadership skills at the Sao Paulo University’s FAAP, Fundação Armando Alvares Penteado, before throwing his weight behind the family business in 1993. He founded Parkbem, a parking management company four years later. The company did well giving José Auriemo the impetus to venture more in the shopping malls and shops.

Shervin Pishevar says Uber could be last major startup if tech monopolies not reined in

Shervin Pishevar is one of the most accomplished people in the world of tech finance. He is the founder and CEO of Investment company, one of the most prominent and prolific venture capital firms in Silicon Valley. He has been instrumental in the founding and growth of Virgin Hyperloop, Uber and Airbnb. Shervin Pishevar has also founded a number of companies on his own, including Ionside, WebOS and Social Gaming Network.

Shervin Pishevar also runs one of the most-followed Twitter accounts in the technology sector. He has more than 100,000 followers, who hang on his every word. Recently, Shervin Pishevar engaged in a more than 24-hour tweet storm where he went into detailed analyses regarding a wide breadth of topics. One of the topics that he addressed is the current problems that tech monopolies are posing for startups.

Pishevar is no stranger to the world of cutthroat tech startups. As someone who has helped to launch dozens of companies, he has seen the many methods that are used by the Big Five tech monopolies to shut down potential competitors before they reach the point of posing a serious threat to the monopolists’ markets.

Shervin Pishevar says that one of the ways in which new startups are driven off is through the particularly nasty practice of lawfare. The way it works is that companies like Google, with nearly unlimited cash reserves, can invest $50 or $100 million in paying teams of top-end lawyers to harass competitors with nuisance lawsuits.

In many cases, these lawsuits are completely specious. Yet, the companies who are targeted by them are forced to show up in court and defend themselves, lest they incur default judgments that could put them out of business. The fact that companies like Google can outspend these new startups by factors of 10,000:1 or more means that, eventually, these firms can be exhausted by court costs.

Even when the monopolies lose, they win because even if they end up having to pay court costs, all of that money comes out of operating capital until the court case has been resolved. And in many cases, such resolutions can take years.

 

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