Businessman Guilherme Paulus Celebrates The Itaipu Golf Cup Held At One Of His Resorts

Businessman Guilherme Paulus is one of the biggest names in the Brazilian tourism and hospitality industries. In 1972 he co-founded CVC, a tourism agency and now the biggest in Latin America, and then, in 2005, he established GJP Hotels & Resorts which is a chain of hotels. After managing the day-to-day business of these companies for years he is now both firm’s chairman of the board where Guilherme Paulus concentrates on their long-term goals and aspirations. It was recently announced that he would be taking part in the Forum Connectivity – Business Hub event. This event is being held in Sao Paulo at the Renaissance Theater.

Guilherme Paulus will be speaking along with Arialdo Pino, the Secretary of Tourism for the state of Ceara. They will be speaking about Hub Training and how airports and agents can best work together to form a hub. Additionally, the will be talking about the issues surrounding Air France, Fortaleza, and Gol. He has worked with many government tourism officials over the years, including Marcel Alvaro who is the new Minister of Tourism. When Marcel Alvaro came on board, Guilherme Paulus says that the first priority was holding a conversation and finding out what the biggest players in the tourism industry, including CVC, had as their main objectives.

He also praised the former Minister of Tourism saying that he was fantastic during the transition let alone all the great work he had done over the past few years. When Guilherme Paulus was talking about the new Minister of Tourism, he was at the Itaipu Golf Cup. This golf tournament was taking place at one of the GJP Hotels & Resorts finest resorts, the Wish Foz do Iguacu Resort. He was in a celebratory mood and was happy that the final stage of this tournament was at one of his own resorts. He said that there were 72 players still remaining and that his team had done a great job getting the course prepared for championship level play. Pros from throughout South America were there including players from Argentina and Paraguay.

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