Guilherme Paulus is the chief executive officer (CEO) of one of the largest travel ventures in the Latin American tourism industry. He founded CVS in 1972 when he was only twenty four years old. He was born in São Paulo in 1949.
He earned his business degree and worked as an intern for IBM before he was even twenty years old. His love for his home land sparked his desire to build up the local tourism industry. When Guilherme Paulus founded CVC, his tour operations company he was only twenty four years old and had a vision for what Latin America could offer tourists if they had the right way to experience the region.
Mr. Paulus had a vision of expanding the tourism industry for the 2014 World Soccer Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics. His dedication towards the expansion of CVC Brasil Operadora e Agencia de Viagens S.A made it the largest tourism company in the region. In 2015 Mr. Paulus founded GJP Hotels and Resorts. These upscale resorts consist of over fifteen resort properties. CJP Hotels has currently put in bids to also build more hotels near the regional airport. Adequate lodging for local guests will continue to support the tourism industry which benefits the surrounding neighborhoods and encourages infrastructure and local employment opportunities. The vision Mr. Guilherme Paulus had for his upscale resorts have directly added jobs and some financial security to the citizens in the surrounding communities. Tourism is at an all-time high from the popular soccer world cup and the Olympics. With his company providing tours and expeditions as well as premium lodging; guests are making Latin America a destination vacation location. Guilherme Paulus originally had a partner when he started his business but a few short years later he was able to take over his business and run it in the way that only he saw fit.