Guilherme Paulus’ Contribution To The Hospitality Industry

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July 6, 2018

     Guilherme Paulus is a successful businessman who is based in Brazil, and his primary business is towards the hospitality industry which includes satisfaction of tourists especially when it comes to hotels. Paulus enjoys working, and some of his successful outcomes include the creation of employment in Brazil, and this helps the economy of the country to grow according to Guilherme Paulus.

The businessman has invested a lot of money which amounts to almost R$600 million which saw the construction of more than 20 hotels across Brazil. Most of the hotels are under the GJP group, and 92,000 guests had been able to use the facilities by October. Guilherme Paulus has focused on new developments such as Saint Andrews Mountain which was recently opened. Some projects which Guilherme Paulus has overseen their construction have significantly become recognized such as the Wish Foz do Iguacu which is in Parana is known as the most developed golf hotel in Brazil, and that was during the World Golf Awards in 2017.

The golf hotel is situated next to the Parana Enterprise which has 109 residential houses and plans are underway to construct two other units similar to the Parana Enterprise where one will be in Aracaju and the other in Macelo.

Guilherme has been categorized as a courageous investor because despite there being high tax charges and also the reduction in the number of tourists, the entrepreneur has managed to keep up with the market as it is. Paulus is also able to maintain his hotel investments because of partnerships and connections which he has with companies such as the CVC which is a national tourism powerhouse.

The organization was started with stocks worth R $16, but a while later the stocks shot up to R$44.97. The rise in stock was attributed to the fact that the operator had earlier initiated the consolidation process. The company has been able to disburse R $ 1 billion within the last two years to purchase Submarino Viagens which will be selling online travel.

Guilherme Paulus has also been featured on the Forbes Magazine because of the transformation and success of his company under his skilled leadership. The company is looking forward to constructing hotels close to the significant Airports in Brazil which were to support the influx of tourists primarily because of the World Cup. The company is now one of the leading hospitality organizations in Latin America, and it has also created employment for many individuals.

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Chainsmokers: How they make their sound

The “Chainsmokers” a New York City E.D.M. DJ duo consisting of two friends Drew Taggart and Alex Pall, have just released a video clip of their latest single on network giant, Facebook. In the clip we get to see firsthand some of the thought and creativity that went into making their latest hit a chart topper. Though it is only a portion of the comprehensive video they plan to release, we are still able to sneak a peak at their production process and what goes into making a hit!

 

The video begins with a shot of Taggart playing a few chords or notes with deep undertones on a large synthesizer and quickly switches over to Pall playing the rhythm on his Grand piano. After he plays a few chords it then jumps to Taggart where we also get to see just how they achieve their desired effect when Taggart records a sound clip on his phone and then shows the viewers how he tweaks the sound to work with the music using a music software.

 

They use a unique blend of recorded soundbites, piano, and synths to achieve their desired effect and in the end, when we are panned out to the final shot of Taggart playing the finished product, we are treated to a shot of Taggart at his computer getting his groove on to the music the pair made.

The two are no strangers to success with Their Single, “Roses” going multiplatinum in several countries and being named number one on the Billboard top dance 100 in 2015 shot them all the way up to instant stardom. Pall even claimed that this one hit single was life-altering for them.

The DJ duo only see the sky being the limit and plan to continue making their music together as a team for some time to come. We can only hope that the Chainsmokers can keep pumping out the hits.

 

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Felipe Montoro Jens reports from the IDB meeting

March 24th, 2018, the Inter-America Development Bank (IDB) was held in Argentina in the city of Mendoza. The IDB discussed various topics relating to the economic development and stimulation in Latin America. Felipe Montoro Jens is a well-experienced infrastructure specialist and reporter and had firsthand reports on plans by many of the decision-makers in countries throughout Latin America.

During the IDB meeting, it was proposed the increase in spending be from the private sector and is essential in getting the economy in a better situation. DyogoOliveria is the Minister of Planning, Development, and Management. Dyogo pointed out there needs to be more economic guarantees and safety nets to add more protection to encourage more private sector investment. Visit infomoney.com to learn more.

The Argentinian finance minister Luis Caputo is also the chairman of the Bank’s Board of Governors. Mr. Caputo voiced his full support and agreement with DyogoOliveria the Planning Minister, in the suggestions of the IDB to implement financial protections for the private sector business owners.

DyogoOliveria pointed to the Industry 4.0 revolution as a turning point in the state of the economic development. Oliveria noted the infrastructure challenges associated with the revolution including road building, and upgrades to sanitation systems and fresh water access.

During the IDB meeting, Felipe Montoro Jens reported, Luis Alberto Moreno who is the president of the IDB bank stressed the need to improve infrastructure to make easier to move throughout South America. The president noted without upgrades and enhancement in transportation it will be impossible to achieve the overall goal of improving the economic development in Latin America. It is important to highlight the IDB’s efforts in encouraging the involvement of all citizens, by addressing inequalities in gender and environmental stability.

To date, the IDB is responsible for $12.9 in investments in the form of loans, in an effort to improve the economic situation, which is a 20% increase compared to 2016.

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