The concept of entrepreneurship is based on the idea of finding a gap in the market and fulfilling it for a profit. When talking about successful entrepreneurs in Brazil who have utilized the concept to become what they are today, Guilherme Paulus can’t miss in the list.
Guilherme Paulus is a hotelier and international entrepreneur who runs the Brazilian tour company called the CVC Brasil Operadora and the GJP Hotels and Resorts. These brand of hotels and resorts are situated throughout Brazil. He started his career when he joined IBM where he worked as an intern, the man now regarded as the most influential businessman in the country.
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The idea of starting the CVC Company was conceived by then the state deputy Carlos Vicente Cerchiari whom they met on a ship and expressed his interest in beginning a tourist agency in Santo André. Guilherme Paulus proposed to come in with work and him with the real investment. The idea was implemented by opening a store in a little street next to an exit of cinema where they operated as partners for four years before Paulus went his way. That marked the onset of his entrepreneurship journey and a take-off into something beyond his imagination.
Guilherme Paulus has a unique way of giving life his ideas; he starts by first putting it into action. For him, one will never realize whether something is a noble idea or not before you set it into practice, thus bringing ideas to life is a matter of faith. As an entrepreneur, he recommends that to make a dream a reality, passion counts a great deal. Work hard, take the clients needs, changes, and behavior keenly as many entrepreneurs end up not having the proximity to the periphery of their businesses.
Paulus considers technology as one of the exciting trends in life that attract his attention. The pace at which information is exchanged makes him understand the needs of his clients quickly and act even faster than before. Technology has also enhanced understanding and responding to market trends as required as it cuts the distance between change, information and action remarkably.