Haroldo Jacobovicz Success in Business World

In Brazil, Haroldo Jacobovicz has been in business for over 20 years. In the business world, he is regarded as a leader. He is the CEO of World, a website that informs people about what is happening in Western Europe, North America, and Latin America. He has also served as Yahoo! Latin America and the Caribbean Regional Director and as the Executive Vice President of Yahoo! Brasil.

Haroldo Jacobovicz has been interested in business since he was a child. After college, he worked as an executive assistant and advisor for several companies and CEOs before deciding to strike out independently. Haroldo Jacobovicz & Associados was his first profitable venture (JAL). This consulting firm provided strategic analyses of investment opportunities in other countries to Brazilian companies looking to expand into Latin America and Europe.

His Promotion to Executive Vice President Position

Haroldo has been promoted to Executive Vice President of Yahoo! Brasil. The company’s website is one of the most visited in Latin America. It is one of the top 100 most visited websites on the planet. He oversaw several hugely successful projects at Yahoo! that resulted in a 30% increase in site traffic. He was a big part of his success because he ran creative advertising campaigns on sites like YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Haroldo Jacobovicz has also dedicated his life to working with non-profit organizations to make the world a better place. For example, he served on the board of directors of the Abrinq Foundation.

The Foundation assists poor children in Brazil from birth to age 14 who would not otherwise receive a good education because their families cannot afford it. According to reports, the organization in question launched a very successful project called (Child Hope). The goal of this project, as the name implies, was to show children from low-income areas that they can succeed despite the challenges that come with their background.


He hopes that as his career progresses, he will be given new opportunities to promote positive social change and assist young people in starting and growing successful businesses.