An Insight into Haroldo Jacobovicz’s Career Achievements

Haroldo Jacobovicz, a visionary serial entrepreneur, civil engineer, and information technology expert is among the best-performing Brazil-based business leaders within the tech industry. Born to Sarita, a skilled business leader and a trailblazer Brazilian female civil engineer, Jacobovicz draws much of his inspiration from the excellent work that his mother did in helping put some outstanding structures in Brazil.

Jacobovicz attended some prestigious Brazil-based schools, including the Federal University of Parana, where he received his civil engineering degree. After garnering his academic qualifications, Haroldo Jacobovicz joined the professional workforce to practice his civil engineering knowledge.

Despite pursing a civil engineering degree, Haroldo Jacobovicz has taken a different path within his professional career journey. His creativity, business management skills, and problem-solving prowess have enabled him to succeed within the dynamic information technology industry. Moreover, Haroldo’s experience while managing his first private business, Microsystem, has enabled him to maneuver through the challenges within the business world.

Haroldo Jacobovicz’s entrepreneurial journey began almost four decades ago, when he teamed up with a college mate to launch, Microsystem, a firm that was geared towards helping startups automate their operations. Despite closing Microsystem after a couple of years, Haroldo Jacobovicz amassed vital experience in regard to the evolving tech industry. He joined Esso Company (currently trading as Exxon Mobil) to help the firm automate its business operations. Haroldo’s tenure at Exxon Mobil allowed him to showcase his skills resulting in securing an opportunity to serve at Itaipu Binational.

While working with Itaipu Binational, Haroldo Jacobovicz developed a great passion for the information technology industry. To quench his thirst, he quitted his services with the company to launch Horizon Telecoms. Undeniably, Haroldo’s decision to join the entrepreneurship field has worked well. Within his first ten years as the owner and head of Horizon Telecoms, the company has continuously grown to rank among the leading providers of telecommunication services in Brazil.