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Haroldo Jacobovicz: dynamic leader and forward-thinking inventor

A dynamic leader and forward-thinking inventor, Haroldo Jacobovicz has made his mark in the financial world. Haroldo Jacobovicz established the telecommunications firm Horizons Telecom in 1998, and it is now among the most prominent Brazilian suppliers of high-speed internet. Several accolades from the telecoms sector, including “Most Innovative Company” and “Best Company for Customer Service,” were presented to him due to his forward-thinking management style.

In addition, he received recognition from the National Confederation of Industry, which put his name in the running for the title of Entrepreneur of the Year. Several periodicals, including Consulter and Business Leaders, have included articles on Jacobovicz and his achievements at Horizons Telecom. The Manaus Chamber of Commerce and Industry also honored him with honors.

When he established the e-Governed Group in 2007, he became a household figure in the corporate world. The company supplies state and municipal governments with technology for public services, including telemedicine, e-learning, and e-procurement in Curitiba. Jacobovicz is the CEO of Horizons Datacenter, which he co-founded in 2010. It has since grown to become one of the biggest data centers in Latin America.

Haroldo Jacobovicz learned early on that to succeed in life; he had to do his part to improve society. In this situation, he followed the example set by his parents, who were involved in Curitiba’s Jewish community. This Brazilian city is notable for the ease with which its sizable Jewish population has been incorporated into mainstream society.

Nathan Jacobovicz Sr. was a prominent Brazilian attorney who created an early legal aid office for low-income Brazilians and a pioneering practice representing small and medium-sized enterprises. Helga Gander, his mom, is involved in the Jewish community and has given a lot to many artistic endeavors. Jacobovicz’s involvement with the Jewish Federation of Curitiba dates back to its founding in 2000 when he was inspired to become active by his parents’ work in the Jewish community. He adds, “I’ve always been curious about the world around me.” That “all Jews are accountable for each other” is my opinion.

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