Haroldo Jacobovicz has a Curitiba origin and is a renowned entrepreneur and a civil engineer born in 1961. His parents, Sarita and Alfredo, were also civil engineers, and he is the firstborn in a family of four brothers. In 1986, Haroldo Jacobovicz married a woman called Sarita Zlotnik, and together they gave birth to two daughters, Karina, an engineer, and Valeria, an advocate.
Haroldo Jacobovicz attended Colegio Stella Maris for his childhood and secondary education at a boys’ school called Colegio Militar. The school was focused on exclusive academies as well as bodies like ITA, and it empowered its technology and science vocations. At the military school, Haroldo learned valued likes teamwork, discipline, respect, and order before enrolling at Parana University in 1979.
He left the engineering school in 1983 and formed a company called Microsystem even before graduating. He had partnered with some IT friends, and their company was offering automation services to supermarkets, supply stores, and pharmacies. However, Microsystem closed down because they lacked customers in Curitiba.
In 1985, Jacobovicz joined the Esso team from a pool of over 200 engineers. Exxon Mobil is an oil distributor based in America. Haroldo held different positions starting from reserve salesperson to market analyst and later the national expert in charge of new businesses and commercial tactics.
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Therefore, he was relocated to Rio de Janeiro, the company’s main station. In 1986, Haroldo went back home after securing a job at Itaipu Power Plant. He was the Technical Board’s advisor. Four years later, Haroldo relaunched his investment with Minauro, a company that maintained and leased computers.
Apart from his exclusive entrepreneurial skills, Haroldo Jacobovicz is a distinguished investor in civil construction and other technological fields. Therefore, he boldly decided to establish a unique restaurant in the country. The Hard Rock Café is a U.S.-based organization present in over 75 countries. Haroldo likes the café chain’s welcoming approach.