One of the obvious things about successful businesses is that one person decided to have an unwavering commitment to the business and chose to stand out among the rest to make the business goals achievable. When it comes to such determination and more so in regards to real estate development in Brazil, there is no one better suited for that description than Jose Auriemo Neto. It is through his efforts that there are luxurious suites in main cities around Brazil. He has made enormous contributions to the growth of real estate property in Brazil.
Jose Auriemo Neto is the Chairman and Chief executive Officer of JHSF Participacoes. JHSF is a real estate company based in Brazil and is involved in the development of residential and commercial properties. The company is mainly engaged in the development of office buildings, shopping centers, and public developments. As the CEO of the company, Jose Auriemo Neto oversees all operations. He has also been behind the introduction of a retail portfolio in the shopping complexes developed by JHSF. Today, there are luxurious brands sold in Cidade Jardim and Bela Vista shopping centers among others. Some luxurious international brands such as Valentino are now being sold in the country.
Due to his contribution to the growth of luxurious products market in Brazil, he was named by the Business of Fashion as one of the most influential people in the world. The magazine ranks 500 people who have supported fashion, every year.
Jose Auriemo Neto joined JHSF in 1993 after his university education. In 1997, he developed Parkbem, a parking lot management department. He later took over the leadership after his father left. Auriemo Neto studied engineering partially at FAAP University before joining FASE for his Business Administration degree. It is after he took over the leadership that the company secured the rights to build the first shopping complex.
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OSI Group was the first family meat market established in a German-immigrant community in Chicago, Illinois. Starting in 1909, they went through many changes to become one of the largest food providers in the world. The founder, Kolschowsky began as a small meat market and butcher shop, built it to a family wholesale business – rebranded as Otto & Sons – in 1928, and then finally met their fated business alliance that would expand everything. The OSI Group McDonalds dynamic duo was the magical combo that helped this small meat shop grow into 20,000 employees at 65 facilities in 17 countries.
The OSI Group McDonalds duo was made possible even before Ray Kroc opened his first McDonald’s restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois in 1955. Prior to opening, Kroc had partnered with the sons of Otto Kolschowsky, Arthur and Harry, to establish its first fresh ground beef supplier for the planned franchising dream. This relationship proved the test of time and helped each other bring the duo into franchising history. View OSI Group McDonalds profile at Linkedin
Over two decades, the OSI Group McDonalds duo transformed from a regional supplier to a global corporation. The more customers the duo managed to reach, the more pressure there was to find new technology and more facilities it would take to keep up the supply demand. In the late 1960s came the discovery of flash freezing which improved product expansion and a reduction in cost. This historic bond maintained over time; OSI Group is now one of four core food supplies for the McDonalds franchise. With the new advancements and the OSI Group McDonalds bond, Otto & Sons evolved into OSI Industries in 1975. With the further expansion to the international sectors, the sons of Otto & Sons began to retire and pass the torch to Sheldon Lavin in 1975. Lavin was no stranger; he served as their investment consultant and aided in their capitalization efforts since 1970. He later becomes chairman and CEO in the early 1980s, bringing much investing and executive banking experience with him.
Growth after that point seemed like second nature for them. After expanding to Utah, Germany, and Spain, OSI Group became a multinational corporation. Now OSI Industries is one of the world’s most vital food providers built on expansions in Brazil, Austria, Mexico, Poland, Hungary, and the Pacific Rim. Both sides seemed to have benefited from the OSI Group McDonalds partnership and will forever go down in franchising history.
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Randal Nardone is one of the few professionals who has cemented his name and character in the finance industry. He is commonly identified as the Chief Executive Officer at Fortress Investment Group and also sits as a co-founder of the company since it started in 1998. He borrows the remarkable skills that got him to his current position from gaining educational experience from the University of Connecticut where he graduated with a Bachelor’s in Arts and a Juris Doctor from Boston University’s School of Law.
Randal Nardone gained his working experience from working at a law firm, Thacher Proffitt & Wood where he rose to become a partner and a member of the executive committee. He then veered into the finance industry where he joined BlackRock Financial Management. Randal maintained the position as a principal up to 1997 left to join USB. At USB he held the managing director position. A year later, Nardone met his other co-founders Wesley Edens and Rob Kauffman, and together they founded Fortress Investment Group LLC in 1998. He has stood as Fortress Investment Group’s CEO since 2013.
Fortress Investment Group has experienced vast growth under the current leadership with Randal Nardone holding the Private Equity division in the company. Apart from being deeply involved with the Fortress Investment Group, Nardone worked for other affiliated firms including Fortress Credit Corporation where he sat as the principal and co-founder, Newcastle Investment Holdings, Springleaf Financial Holdings, and Fortress Investment Trust among others. He held significant executive positions during his times in the above-cited firms. It goes to show his skills, experience and dedication go along way into making Fortress Investment Group and the other affiliated companies the huge companies they are currently.
With the acquisition of Fortress Investment Group by Softbank Group, Randal Nardone retained his leadership roles. He is currently ranked at 557th in Forbes Billionaire list with a net worth of $1.8 Billion. A large part of his wealth is connected to his stake in Fortress Investment Group. Even with the acquisition, his influence, leadership, and skills will remain a significant component of Group.
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