Guilherme Paulus was born in the City of São Paulo, and as a young man Paulus attended college and graduated with a degree in business administration. Since then he has become one of the most influential businessmen in the tourism industry. Paulus founded the now very successful and well-know CVC Brasil Operadora e Agencia de Viagens S.A in 1972. Once CVC had reached success in Latin America Guilherme Paulus transferred control to the Carlyle Group in 2009 and proceded to enter fully into the hotel business. Named after himself GJP Hotels and Resorts was founded in 2005 but had only one hotel in Gramado, and a resort in Foz do Iguaçu, Paraná. With the administration of CVC not on his mind, Paulus acquired more hotels, and GJP now operates more than 23 hotels in Brazil and Portugal. In 2016 Guilherme Paulus founded a construction company, GJP Incorporadora & Constructora. For more information about Guilherme Paulus , view his Crunchbase profile.
Entrepreneur and tourism industry expert Guilherme Paulus, the founder of CVC, Brazil’s largest tourism operator, and GJP Hotels & Resorts, one of the largest national hotel chains, will be in Cascavel, Paraná, on Tuesday the 4th to participate in the Tourist Routes Forum as Territorial Development Strategies. The invitation was made by the council of Sustainable Economic Development of the municipality.
The event starts at 7:00 pm and will be in held in the city hall auditorium. The forum will bring together experts in the area of tourism. The intent is to hold a discussion about ways to leverage resources that Cascavel offers to attract visitors and investments. Guilherme Paulus will address the theme, Tourism as a strategy for economic development.
The rural tourist routes of the city and Cascavel as the regional center of the agrotourism are other subjects that will be discussed in the forum. These themes will be addressed by entrepreneurs Andréa Roque and Jaime Nascimento, respectively. The Tourist Routes Forum as Strategies for Territorial Development has the support of Cascavel Convention & Visitors Bureau, Cotriguaçu, Murog, Pezzini, and Tápia Human Development, Cascavel City Hall, Nova Fase Magazine, Sesi / Sistema Fiep e Sicoob.