Haroldo Jacobovicz has been an entrepreneur and civil engineer for more than three decades. He comes from a family of two civil engineer parents and four brothers, him being the eldest. Haroldo's passion for becoming a civil engineer was driven by his father and mother, Sarita, who was the only female engineer in Curitiba and the state at the time. Haroldo Jacobovicz attended the Federal University of Parana and pursued a degree in Civil Engineering for four and a half years. Right before he graduated, Haroldo invested in an Information Technology company known as Microsystems, with the help of his three friends who had extensive knowledge in the field. Haroldo always embraced reading and researching newspapers and magazines. Microsystems was a company that provided information technology solutions to small and medium-sized businesses such as supermarkets and pharmacies in Curitiba. However, Microsystems failed after a year or less and more

As an entrepreneur, Haroldo understood that failure is part of growth and should be a stepping ladder to achieving great success. Microsystems gave him relevant experience in technology and entrepreneurship. After a while, Haroldo was chosen from a group of 200 engineers seeking employment at Exxon Mobil.

Haroldo rose through the ranks in a short period at Exxon Mobil, from a reserve salesman to a market analyst. After a while, Haroldo was in charge of commercial tactics and new business in Brazil in Rio de Janeiro. Haroldo Jacobovicz later joined the Itaipu Hydroelectric Power Plant and became the advisor to the Technical Director at the capital of Parana. After four years of working in different technological industries, Haroldo hopped his interests into entrepreneurship and started his company, e-Governe, a still-active company.

Back in 2010, Haroldo established another company, Horizons Telecom, with the help of other engineers and professionals. Haroldo Jacobovicz has improved network infrastructure, cloud communication solutions with his expertise in IT.