|Grupo Silvio Santos|
|Headquarters||São Paulo, Brazil|
|Renata Abravanel, (CEO)|
|Products||Television, Real Estate, Cosmetics, Record label, Lottery, Hotels.|
|Revenue||US$ 5.2 Billion (2010)|
|US$ 103.0 Million (2010)|
Number of employees
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The principal member of the holding is SBT, the second biggest network television in Brazil. The group also controls the Tele Sena, the Teatro Imprensa, Jequiti, Sisan Empreendimentos and many other investments such as hotels and shopping malls.
The group may also be recognized by its initials, GSS. In 2008, it was considered the 63rd largest company in Brazil.
The branch of communication represented by SBT and TV Alphaville is the third largest media conglomerate in the country behind only of the Grupo Globo owner of TV Globo and Grupo Abril.
- SBT — Network TV, the 2nd largest network TV of Brazil.
- Auto Moto Shopping Vimave
- Silvio Santos Participações
- Liderança Capitalização
- Perícia Administradora e Corretora de Seguros
- Promolíder Promotora de vendas
- SSF Fomento Comercial
- Sisan Empreendimentos Imobiliários
- TV Alphaville
- Canal TV Alphaville
- Centro Cultural do Grupo Silvio Santos
- Baú em Casa
- GSS Centro de Serviços Compartilhados
- Hotel Jequitimar
- SS Comércio de Cosméticos e Produção de Higiene Pessoal
- Lojas do Baú Crediário
- Teleton Brasil
- Teatro Imprensa
- Baú da Felicidade
- Tele Sena
Companies that belonged to the GSS
- TV Corcovado, CNT today.
- Rádio Record São Paulo, sold to Edir Macedo.
- Rede Record, sold to Edir Macedo. At the time of sale Rede Record was the 4th largest network TV in the country. After a heavy investment in 2008 it became the 3rd network television in audience.
- Banco Panamericano sold to investment bank BTG Pactual
- Hydrogen, sold to Hypermarcas
- Lojas do Baú da Felicidade, was the groups retail company, but was sold to Magazine Luíza
- Braspag, sold to Cielo