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Guilherme Paulus Puts Others To Shame With His Great Work

There are a number of Brazilians who can credit themselves with the development of Brazil’s economy. Guilherme Paulus is one of these noble individuals.

Paulus has been active in the tourism industry since 1972, when he established CVC Brasil Operadora e Agencia de Viagens S.A. The company has been well-run for the duration of its existence. The terrific business decisions of Paulus has led the company into massive amounts of prosperity.

Guilherme Paulus is still making wise business decisions at the age of 69. One would think that at this point in his life, he should be retiring. However, this is actually the best time in his life to work because he is so experienced in the tourism industry that his talents are much needed in the company.

Two places that testify to the large extent that his talent reaches are St. Andrew’s Mountain and Wish Natal. St. Andrew’s Mountain is located atop a lovely mountain in the temperate region of Gramado. Wish Natal is located on the beach, right on top of the ocean, in the northeast part of Brazil.

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Guilherme Paulus has done so much for his community. He made the choice to sponsor some projects that have been established to help lower income communities. His company sponsors Dr. Klaide Care and Education Institution, an institution that provides help with school, vocational classes, care for psychological problems, care for physical health problems and leisure activities.

Also, it is arguable that the businesses that Guilherme Paulus runs count as community service because they make career opportunities for people who live in Brazil. With each new resort or hotel that opens, there are plenty more jobs available for native-born Brazilians. There are also plenty more options for people who want to search for the best vacations that they can find. CVC Brasil Operadora e Agencia de Viagens S.A. has a large, impressive portfolio of experiences for tourists. The selection that the company has puts all, or most, other companies to shame.