Guilherme Paulus is one of the wealthiest Brazilians as per Forbes with the net worth of more than a billion dollars. He has contributed heavily to the economy of the country by promoting its tourism worldwide. He owns and manages the largest tour operator in Latin America by the name of CVC that he co-founded at the young age of 24. His partner left the company after four years, but he went on to manage the company even with much hardship. The latest boost in the tourism of Brazil has helped him expand his business ventures and boost the company’s revenue. The innovative and affordable travel packages offered by his company backed by world-class customer service are what have promoted his company to be at the top of the tourism industry. Connect with Guilherme Paulus by visiting his linkedin account.
Apart from co-founding CVC, Guilherme Paulus has also ventured into the hotel industry and is the founder of GJP Hotels and Resorts. The travel experience offered by his tourism company is beyond what other travel companies has to offer. He believes in providing an excellent experience to allow the guests to experience the culture and way of life in an entirely new country. He wants to make travel affordable for people while still offering them the best in luxury. For any economy to grow, it is essential for them to grow their tourism and it is what Guilherme Paulus has been trying to do for the 45 years that he has spent in the tourism industry.
CVC is one of the top tourism companies in Brazilian for guests looking to travel to the United States, the Caribbean, South America, Europe and many other destinations. The company has a partnership with about 30 thousand hotels, airlines, sea carriers and more. Guilherme Paulus has been honored numerous times for his contribution to the development of tourism in many countries. He was honored by the French government for his contribution towards the growth of tourism in France in the year 2012. Apart from that, he has also been recognized by the government of other countries such as Argentina, Mexico, and Venezuela where the economy depends on tourism.