An Insight into Haroldo Jacobovicz’s Entrepreneurial Journey

Haroldo Jacobovicz is a successful Brazil-based entrepreneur, business leader, and researcher who is highly recognized for his role in steering the growth of the telecommunication industry. He is the founder and head of Horizons Telecom, a Brazil-based telecommunication company that specializes in distributing fiber networks to clients. Moreover, Haroldo is the owner and head of other telecommunication-based companies, including Horizons Datacenter and e- Governe Group in Curitiba.

Entrepreneurial journey

Haroldo Jacobovicz is not new to the world of business. His career journey as an entrepreneur and business owner started while still pursuing a civil engineering degree from the Federal University of Paraná. He partnered with three of his college friends in Curitiba, and together they established Microsystem, a small company that was dedicated to providing cash and inventory management solutions to small business owners in Brazil. Together with his partners, Haroldo Jacobovicz the business for one year after, where they closed it due to the limited number of clients who saw value in their work. The opportunity to launch and manage Microsystem for a whole year opened Haroldo's eye and equipped him with vital skills that have enabled him to grow within the business world.

After graduating from the Federal University of Paraná, Haroldo joined the workforce and started serving at Exxon Mobil Company. He served as a market analyst and commercial tactician within the company. His roles opened more doors for him and groomed him to join the business world. After quitting his role at Exxon Mobil Company (previously known as Esso Company), Haroldo felt it was time for him to quench his thirst for entrepreneurship. He established his second business, Horizon Telecom, in 2010 and is dedicated to steering the growth within the company. Within his first eleven years as the head of Horizon, Haroldo Jacobovicz has seen remarkable success. His company has gained the trust of millions of fiber network clients all over Brazil.

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