Haroldo Jacobovicz, a Brazilian civil engineer and entrepreneur, is passionate about the revolutionizing power of information technology. In 2010 he created Horizons Telecom, which has become one of Brazil’s most esteemed telecommunications companies, utilizing a 100% fiber network, cutting-edge equipment, and multi-point redundancy for dependability.
Additionally, in 2020 the Horizons Datacenter entered the scene to offer businesses and organizations improved connectivity and cloud competencies. Though his career path was not linear, according to Haroldo Jacobovicz, he succeeded as an innovator due to his natural intuition combined with his founding of e-Governe Group, Horizons Telecom, and Horizons Datacenter – each company providing solutions for info tech problems by assembling exceptional talent and vital resources.
With most of Jacobovicz’s activities revolving around supplying IT solutions to businesses, he is also excited by inventing solutions for varying obstacles. He expressed that it is particularly gratifying to witness how his business solutions can enhance the everyday life of individuals.
Jacobovicz, who followed in his parent’s footsteps and acquired a degree in civil engineering at the Federal University of Paraná, understood he could manufacture more than merely buildings and bridges. Encouraged by his parents to draw upon their imagination, problem-solving competencies, and work ethic to start his businesses, he took a liking to IT and its role in the future as an avid reader and researcher. With three friends while he was still attending college during the early 1980s, Jacobovicz launched his first company–Microsystem.
It was an ideal opportunity for Haroldo Jacobovicz and his colleagues to assist small businesses with their inventory and cash controls. Although the company only lasted one year, Haroldo Jacobovicz gained invaluable knowledge, especially in targeting the correct customers for their service. Soon enough, he became a market analyst and eventually was at the forefront of commerce plans and fresh projects in the firm’s Brazilian head office in Rio de Janeiro. After one-and-a-half years, he desired to move closer to home, so he accepted a proposition to return to Curitiba, his birthplace, to become part of Itaipu Binational, a joint venture held by Brazil and Argentina. After nearly four years there, his vision was proven right as large companies (inclusive of government establishments) were searching for IT solutions.
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