The Brazilian and future leader of the powerful company known as Eucatex, FlávioMaluf, was born in Brazil during the middle of their summer on December 2, 1961. Since he was a small child, success was part of his nature. The success he enjoyed the most and excelled at the most was academics. His studies were important to him because he knew in order to become a powerful man in a corrupt country without being corrupt, he had to prove he was the smartest and most business savvy, so he did by graduating in mechanical engineering in the city of São Paulo, Brazil attending the Armando ÁlvaresPenteado Foundation, also known as the FAAP. He later moved to New York City to study Business Administration at NYU. Visit Flavio Maluf on facebook.
FlávioMaluf the Family Man
Flavio Maluf was just as dedicated as a family man as he was a business man. He was a devoted husband to wife, Jacqueline de Lourdes Coutinho Torres. They were married in 1986, and they subsequently had three children. All three children are becoming academic powerhouses like the father as he proves success breeds and nurtures success.
The History of Eucatex
Eucatex was founded in 1951. It became noted by the media and the economic scene in Brazil as a company that metaphorically married acoustic and environmental virtue and comfort because Eucatex did something brand new and never seen before. Even though it was never seen before, it seems as if its uniqueness cannot be verbalized. The company used the eucalyptus leaf as a raw element to produce panels and plates. The company exploded from that point on with new products coming from new production plants springing up all over Brazil.
The Rise of Flavio Maluf’s Illustrious Career
It happened rather quickly. His first important position started in 1987, and by 2010, Flavio Maluf was leader of a Eucatex Group that was far more powerful, wealthier and more influential than it was when it was founded in the 1950s, and it is far more powerful, wealthier and more influential than it was when Flavio Maluf started in 1987.