Guilherme Paulus: Making His Dream Of Becoming A Billionaire Come True

Brazil’s economy has grown over the years, and its population is aggressive to become the next billionaire whose name will be published all over the world through the Forbes Magazine. In 2018, Brazil made another billionaire – Guilherme Paulus – and he benefited from the country’s improving tourism industry. The newest billionaire from Brazil owns a tour operator services company and a hotel and resort chain found in Brazil’s major cities. His business is popular with most tourists visiting the country, and the moment he reached the billion dollar net worth, representatives from Forbes Magazine met with him for further verification. After examining all of the evidence presented to the representatives, they told Guilherme Paulus that he would be joining other billionaires in this year’s edition of the list of the world’s wealthiest people.

Guilherme Paulus has a classic rags-to-riches story. He shared that becoming a wealthy businessman is his dream when he was younger, and he started to focus on his goal of becoming rich when he was a teenager. He joined IBM as a student intern and learned a lot of things about handling a company and how they make a profit. Inspired by his experiences working with IBM, he decided to establish own business when he was only 24. The lack of capital to open a business did not stop him from establishing the CVC Brasil Operadora e Agencia de Viagens S.A. in 1972, and the business was funded by a rich politician who wanted to help him.

The business flourished under their leadership, and even though his business partner left in 1976, Guilherme Paulus continued to lead the company to success. CVC Brasil Operadora e Agencia de Viagens S.A. became known as the premier tour operator services firm, and people all over the world who travel to Brazil rely on his business for tours. Three decades later, he began to venture into the resort and hotel business, opening 15 branches of the GJP Hotels and Resorts back in the year 2005. He gained an advantage over his competitors because he built his properties near airports and seaports, giving a new meaning to the word convenience.

His business grown rapidly after Brazil hosted the FIFA World Cup in 2014, and the Olympics two years later. It also helped that Brazil is being promoted in Hollywood films, making more people curious as to what Brazil offers to visitors. In 2017, the country welcomed more than six million people from overseas, and the government expects it to increase every year.

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