In 2009, Jaime invested in a nightclub and restaurant operated by one of the most successful nightlife entertainment corporations in México. After his father’s death in 2012, Jaime took control of the family business and modernized its management and operations. Come 2013, he became a founding investor of a successful Italian family restaurant. In his spare time, Jaime enjoys traveling, listening to music and going to the gym. Constantly looking for new ventures, Jaime is eager to participate in Drakonus Brewing Commune to help others expand and make better brews for México and the world to enjoy!
Jaime Carlo Suarez Hack Prestinary finished high school at the JFK American School and studied for a BBA at the Tecnológico de Monterrey campus in Querétaro. During his last year of high school, Jaime started a microcredit project inspired by Muhammad Yunus’s book “Banker to the Poor”. Two years into the project, the lack of timely payments forced Jaime to transform the microcredit project into a pawnshop; and to this day Jaime successfully operates four pawnshops in central México. At age 19 he started working at his family’s dairy ranch, working his way up from the bottom and acquiring the various skills needed to manage the business later on. By age 21 he became CEO of Rancho Loma Linda and has been leading the business since.