There’s plenty of good news for families in the Rio de Janeiro area, according to the Projects of Infrastructure Specialist, Felipe Montoro Jens. The municipality has reportedly planned a major expansion of its child education network. The vehicle for this groundbreaking expansion is a Public-Private Partnership (PPP). And, what this expansion means to the children of Rio de Janeiro is pretty substantial. In fact, this particular project was specifically designed for the development of non-teaching services in the area, including construction, maintenance, and educational equipment. In addition, this project is aimed at the active creation of 20,000 new placements in the area’s day-care centers plus 40,000 in the pre-schools and all of that by the end of the year 2020! More info here.
The Mayor’s Pet Project
Marcelo Crivella is the mayor of Rio de Janeiro and he has been pushing these particular children’s issues for quite some time now. In fact, even prior to when he was a mayoral candidate, he made a point of illustrating how important it was that the municipality should make a serious commitment to the entire education sector but specifically to the Infant Education Units (EDIs).
So, who else is involved in this all-important project to benefit the children of Rio de Janeiro? The International Finance Corp. (IFC)’s World Bank Group is providing their consulting services to help with the modeling of this major educational project for implementation of the city’s new program designed to expand the current nursery school and pre-school network via the new PPP. According to a spokesperson for the IFC, they are planning to apply considerable financial resources, as well as their global experience, extensive expertise, and innovative thinking to assisting their partners with the necessary process of having to overcome financial, operational, and political challenges.
The name Jose Auriemo Neto and JHSF have become synonymous with the Brazilian real estate industry. Mr. Neto is the current Chief Executive Officer of JHSF. Through the risky decisions taken by Mr. Neto over the years, JHSF has revolutionized the industry. The company has interest in the hospitality sector, shopping and retail sector and luxurious mixed developments. JHSF has also recently commenced the bold move of developing the first privately-owned business airport in Sao Paulo. The company’s fortunes are only set to get better in the short-term and long-term as international expansion is already in the works.
JHSF has fashioned a reputation for itself as the trendsetter in the Brazilian real estate industry. The company was the first in the industry to seriously expand into retail by developing shopping malls in various cities across the country. In fact, the company’s shopping malls have been so successful over the years that recently a number of international brands were confident enough to have JHSF exclusively open and manage their flagship stores in Brazil. The company was again the first in the real estate scene to expand into the hospitality business by acquiring Fasano Hotels and Restaurants. Many other competitors have since followed suit but not with the same degree of success. JHSF’s most daring undertaking yet, developing a business airport, will launch the company to the undisputed top of the industry once complete.
More on Jose Auriemo Neto
Jose Auriemo Neto has been at JHSF for close to two-and-a-half decades. He has always been of great value to the company, even before being named CEO. For example, in 1997 he oversaw the development of the parking service Parkdem – thus effectively launching JHSF’s new services department. His contribution was again immense in the development of Shopping Santa Cruz, the company’s first of many shopping malls. His nous for innovation and unrelenting commitment to tasks at hand led to his promotion to CEO in 2003.
Away from work Mr. Neto cuts anything but a serious look and is fondly called Zeco by those close to him. His immensely enjoys traveling and has been lucky to visit numerous countries around the world.
Learn more about JHSF: https://www.bastter.com/mercado/acao/JHSF.aspx
Over the past few years, entrepreneurship has evolved from a mere quest to become your boss to a path which individuals take to achieve self-actualization. Millenials are increasingly choosing entrepreneurship because they want to make themselves better and design solutions that solve some of the humanity’s most stubborn problems. This instance is unlike the earlier crop of investors who started businesses so that they could be their managers and bosses.
Another unique approach Millennials are employing in their endeavors is tapping into partnerships. People in their 50’s preferred sole proprietorship compared to associations and worried more on their financial gains compared to millennials who are keen on helping each other go up the economic ladder.
Entrepreneurs require a particular set of personality traits for them to succeed in business. Such characteristics include self-discipline, inquisitive, transparent, passionate about what they do and above all determined. The journey towards success in entrepreneurship requires a lot of sacrifices. Without these traits, most entrepreneurs would give up along the way.
Todd Lubar is a perfect example of entrepreneurs with some of the most admirable personal qualities. These attributes have enabled him to achieve insurmountable success in the business world. Todd is an alumnus of the prestigious Syracuse University. He graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Speech Communication from the college. Todd commenced his career at the Crestar Mortgage Corporation where he worked for over four years.
According to Linked In, at the moment, Todd holds the post of president of TDL Global Ventures. Lubar has been able to steer TDL Global ventures into one of the most distinguished real estate company. The enterprise focuses acquiring, rehabilitating and sale of residential homes. His broad network in the construction industry enables him to deliver quality homes at the least time possible.
Consistency and hard work have been some of the traits that have allowed Todd Lubar to carve a niche for himself in the corporate world. Of great interest to him at the moment is the concept of smart homes.
Smart homes present a lot of business opportunities to investors and a great experience to home owners. The thought of being able to control your home from the comfort of your office might have been touted as futuristic, but Todd Lubar is keen on actualizing it.
Marc Sparks is an entrepreneur, businessman, philanthropist and author. He is also a man who is passionate about every aspect of his life. He has written about his journey in a book entitled “They Can’t Eat You.” The book is his personal story about how he went from zero to sixty in the business world while walking the entrepreneurial path. It has become a source of inspiration for all aspiring entrepreneurs because Sparks describes the good, the bad and the ugly. It was easy for him to talk about his success in the business world, but it was painful for him to talk about his ventures that were less than successful. He truly believes greater lessons are learned from failures than success. Learn more: https://about.me/marc_sparks
When he experienced a failure he was forced to look at why and fix the problem and would often end up with a greater success.
Sparks story began as a high school graduate and he was involved with many start-up’s that were mostly highly successful. Some of his ventures were disastrous, but he began learning lessons right out of the gate. He was an average high school student and through perseverance, determination and dedication managed to create and sell products that were worth many millions of dollars – all with no formal training. He believes that God gives out challenges and devastating circumstances in order for successful people to truly understand and respect the responsibility of success. Learn more: http://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/entrepreneur-marc-sparks-transforms-office-to-optimize-innovative-collaboration-300024747.html
One of his passions in life is to build successful companies. He often begins with an idea that others think are impossible to execute. Part of his successful business equation is to put together a positive and encouraging culture that inspires everyone involved to be a part of the success rather than just an accessory going along for the ride.
When Mark Sparks is asked how he manages to be so successful, he always attributes his success to a sense of urgency, monetization savvy, focus, tenacity, passion and faith. He mixes those qualities with great quantities of respect for others and honesty in all his endeavors and not just his business endeavors. His sense of urgency is referred to “Spark Speed.” If a task needs to be completed – just do it and get it done. Yes, give it the thought and consideration it needs, but don’t get lost in the details.
When Mr. Sparks puts on his philanthropic hat he supports a homeless shelter called The Samaritan Inn. Located in Texas, he and his wife adopted the facility and helped turn it from a small, run-down building into a full service facility that houses more than 150 individuals a night and feed hundreds every day. The average stay at the Inn is five months and the main purpose of the Inn is to help those who truly want to help themselves. Learn more: http://thebrotalk.com/bro-recommendations/dallas-entrepreneur-marc-sparks-spills-must-visit-list-wineries-dfw/