Haroldo Jacobovicz, Technology

Haroldo Jacobovicz Is Not Resting Until The Whole Of Brazil Is Connected To The Fiber Optic

With passion, anything is possible however long it takes. That is at least what Haroldo Jacobovicz, one of the Brazilian renowned civil engineers believes. Thanks to his candid belief, the businessman and investor has used his three tech firms for the past ten years to ensure the whole country is connected to the fiber network. The three companies led by Horizons Telecom and two others have been rated the best tech startups that have brought a great change in the whole country. According to Haroldo Jacobovicz, the essence of founding three companies in a span of a few years is to essentially bring together what he calls the best human resource in the industry. In turn, using the best technology in the industry, the investor has transformed how people communicate in the Latin American country.

Hitherto, Horizons Telecom, which is the mother of all the three companies started by Haroldo Jacobovicz has so far recorded a staggering 100% fiber connectivity especially the private sector. Mr. Jacobovicz says that because he has been able to cover some of the important sectors especially in the private sector, his next move is to the public. The investor says that in his several years of experience, he has witnessed a great chance in the country’s telecommunications industry. To show how Haroldo Jacobovicz’s seal for fiber connectivity in Brazil is driving his way of doing things, he started Horizons Datacenter in 2020, exactly ten years after founding his first company, Horizons Telecom.

Perhaps, Haroldo Jacobovicz’s upbringing is one of the things that molded his character. The investor was born to Sarita and her husband, both of whom were civil engineers. In fact, according to Mr. Haroldo Jacobovicz, his mother was actually one of the seven female civil engineers in her territory. As such, she together with the husband could teach their baby what she calls the best traits and innovative skills from a tender age.