Guilherme Paulus, the founder, and president of GJP Hotels and Resorts attended the Fohb RJ Workshop that included a panel of successful CEO’s in the tourism industry. The CEO’s discussed the future of the hospitality industry with entrepreneurs in the hotel and hospitality market. The topic of Airbnb’s role in hospitality and how it affects the hotel industry came up in a discussion when one of the businessmen at the event inquired about the panelist’s thoughts on the role of Airbnb, and Guilherme Paulus took the time to give his opinion of the differences between a hotel and Airbnb. Guilherme Paulus mentioned that in order for the hotel industry to compete with Airbnb hotel’s need to upgrade to handle the market’s requirements and that Airbnb needs to pay taxes to do business in the tourism industry. Check out Guilherme Paulus on videos.band
“We have always had competition in the recreational tourism sector, for example, with the beach houses. Rent one for a season always existed, but now this service has become more professional. Today there is an agency that brings the customer the ease to rent houses. That is why I say that we need to upgrade, but Airbnb also has to pay taxes to operate,” said Guilherme Paulus, who also called the creation and competition with Airbnb as another form of learning for the national tourism industry.
For him, despite Airbnb’s success, the customer service of a hotel is different. “Because everyone expects hotel service. Many speak of the flexibility of rental houses in relation to schedules, but a hotel is different. We have a check-in and check-out time because we care about the quality of the room. It’s necessary to clean and sanitize the whole environment, which takes time. This is the difference from a hotel to Airbnb, which takes time. As I say, ‘the customer is king.’ We in the hotel industry will always be servants.” With these words, Guilherme Paulus clearly explains the difference in customer service that a hotel customer will receive versus no customer service when renting an Airbnb.
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The Brazilian business arena rewards individuals who are able to stay focused on the emerging opportunities. Doing so requires sacrifices, willingness, and visions to take risks. One such person with these qualities is Flavio Maluf. He knows what the business world is all about, and understands the possibility of expansion. The leader was recently pleased to announce the dealership that his company, Eucatex S.A made with Duratex. For more information about Maluf, view his crunchbase profile.
Proudly Announced the Eucatex-Duratexdeal
As planned, Eucatex presented its Capao Bonito farm to Eucatex in exchange for the Botucato factory. The company will manage the firm in order to produce its own raw materials needed for its production. For an exchange of R $60 million, the Botucatu plant is aimed at producing about woods worth 200,000 m3 each year. Flavio Maluf enlightened the company workers that this exchange would result in increased production of up to 70 percent; 40 percent paper printing capacity and 30 percent capacity of paint. In addition, the acquisition would also help the company strengthen its presence in the Brazilian market as well as abroad. Through his leadership, Flavio Maluf has been able to make wise company decisions; this deal is just one of them.
FlavioMaluf believes that it is the wisest idea to always keep employees informed about every business deal. He had to inform the employees about the dealership right before making an announcement to the public. Flavio Maluf and the staff are hopeful that the new venture will be able to sever the needs of the locals as well as the international community.
About Flavio Maluf
FlavioMaluf is the current Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of EucatexIndustria e Comercio. He is also serving as the Chairman of the company’s Board as well as the Vice CEO of the Engineering department. Since 2005, he has been the Director of Industria e Comercio of Eucatex. FlavioMaluf has elaborated his career by attending different institutions including Citibank where he studied People Management, Peat Marwick for Accounting, and New York University for Foreign Exchange Principles. He comes from a political dynasty and a wealthy home since his father was a renowned politician and a successful businessman.
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Mr. Dyogo Oliveira, the Minister of Planning, Development, and Management, Luis Caputo The minister of finance and chairman of the Board of Directors, Luis Alberto Moreno the president of the Inter-American Development Bank and Garrido Secretary of State for Economy and Business Support from Spain were among the governors at this year’s special governors meeting the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) meeting in Mendoza, Argentina on March 24th. Felipe Montoro Jens, the infrastructure specialist, and a reporter was in attendance also. The main topic of discussion was the economy and infrastructure project implementation and strategies. Read more about Montoro Jens at mundodomarketing.com
Felipe Montoro Jens reports on many public-private-partnerships being implemented particularly in Brazil. Felipe Montoro Jens reported on a $44 billion investment by the government that was used to implement many PPPs and was managed by the government agency Program of Partnerships and Investments (PPI). A major setback that has slowed progress in the private investors taking too much risk. Mr. Dyogo Oliveira, the Minister of Planning, Development, and Management talked about this as being a serious problem. Dyogo wanted the IDB to help implement some safety nets for private investors to keep the PPPs implementing infrastructure projects, which are really needed. The industrial revolution is underway, and Oliveira said there are many infrastructure projects needed to support the revolution including road and sanitation improvements.
Luis Caputo the minister of finance and chairman of the Board of Directors agreed with Dyogo Oliveira and there is a need for safety measures to help encourage the private players to invest more in PPPs. Felipe Montoro Jens reported everyone in one or another wanted more to be implemented regarding infrastructure. The president of the Inter-American Development Bank, Luis Alberto Moreno was no acceptation. Luis Alberto Moreno was concerned with improving the transportation channels between the countries in South America. The Secretary of State for Economy and Business Support, Garrido spoke about investment hitting Brazil first because they have such a dynamic and important economy.
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Bruno Fagali is a Brazilian lawyer. He speaks French, Spanish, English and Italian. In 2010 to 2012, he specialized in administrative law. In 2015 he enrolled in University of Sao Paulo to pursue master’s degree in state law. Additionally, Bruno did internships and volunteer work every year during his studies. He did family law, civil procedural law internship at Office Model Dom. He took two other internships after which he secured a job as a lawyer at Calil, Radi and Associate advocacy he worked for many years in public law and litigation. He shows a lot of interest in law and spends free time doing researches and publications. Read more about Fagali at mundodomarketing.com
Being an experienced attorney, Bruno started his business in 2016 where he started Fagali Advocacy, which deals with election, compliance, public law, anti-corruption among others. The company is also involved in the discussion of news and giving answers to questions about changes that may occur. He has written lots of articles displayed in the company’s website and many Brazilians publications.
Fagali Advocacy is a leading firm of law in Brazil. It aims at using its expertise team members in providing a perfect and clear message to clients in need of advice regarding corporate law. Bruno led the project of creating corporate integrity program and submitted a proposal to ministry in charge of Transparency Supervision Control Council. The program has guidelines that in the reduction of risks of the parties that are involved. The guidelines provide a problem-solving process and detection techniques used by corporates willing to win a battle against corruption. The whole process of the program took 24 months and was completed through the guidance of Bruno.
The program approval by the ministry of transparency was followed by its implementation in organizations including Fagali Advocacy. Employees were offered online training through Fagali Advocacy website that is still available today. Bruno Fagali maintains a website that has all his contact information. Therefore, anyone interested in benefiting by using his services can easily access him. Learn more: http://www.jusbrasil.com.br/topicos/33040264/bruno-jorge-fagali