São Paulo is Brazil’s largest city. The city is a melting pot of poverty, crime, business ventures, and amazing opportunities. Brazil got a wake-up call recently, when João Doria, was elected mayor of São Paulo. The news was especially important to Flavio Maluf, the entrepreneur that runs one of Brazil’s major manufacturing companies. Doria is a bigger than life multi-millionaire. He’s a luxury lifestyle kind of guy just like Donald Trump. He gets around the city by helicopter, and he drives expensive German cars. But when he took office, he stopped elected officials from traveling by motorcade, and he took away the luxury cars that São Paulo officials used every day.
Fifty-eight-year-old Doria made his fortune in Brazil’s communication business. Maluf is one of the most successful business people in the state of São Paulo. Maluf’s company, Eucatex, plays a major role in São Paulo’s economy and in the economy of Brazil. Eucatex produces building materials for the domestic and the international market.
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The rise of Eucatex as a premier Brazilian company is no surprise. Flavio Maluf took over as president in 1997, and for the last 20 years, he has been reinventing the way his company does business. Maluf is all about respecting the environment. All Eucatex factories use natural energy sources, and the international offices have a strict recycling program in place. Maluf is asked to speak about clean air initiatives and other environmental issues, because of the success Eucatex has had changing from a fossil fuel user to a natural energy proponent.
There’s no doubt that Brazil is moving in the right direction in terms of economic reform, political stability, and other important issues. Flavio Maluf is playing an important role in Brazil’s economic reform by promoting 21st-century concepts and reforms. Eucatex continues to export its branded products around the world, and Flavio continues to set an example for Brazilian businesses.