Hussain Sajwani is the proprietor and chairperson of DAMAC Properties. Owing to his sound educational background, the executive has been able to enhance the growth of the real estate company. The graduate of the esteemed University of Washington is a visionary leader. He is one of the revered entrepreneurs in the Middle East.
After graduating from college, Hussain Sajwani joined Abu Dhabi National Oil Company’s (ADNOC) subsidiary where he worked as a contracts manager. He contends after a while, he left the firm to open his business. He ventured into the food service industry. Through his company, Hussain offered catering services to the United States army in the Gulf, Somalia and Bosnia. In addition, the catering business worked with other firms such as Bechtel.
When Dubai government said that they were welcoming foreigners to invest in their real estate industry, Hussain Sajwani took advantage of the situation to incorporate DAMAC properties. Over the years, DAMAC Properties has gained reputation as one of the leading developers in the Middle East and beyond. Hussain contends that he bought a piece of land where he could develop a 38 story residential building. Six months before commencing operations, he had managed to sell several units. The DAMAC owner posits that the success of the firm is anchored on recruiting qualified and talented employees who identify with the company’s vision. They also work with the right partners.
DAMAC Properties was incorporated in 2002. Over the years, they have developed many commercial, residential and luxury properties in the UAE, Jordan, Qatar, Lebanon, the United Kingdom and Saudi Arabia. By virtue of being in business for 15 years, they have gained immense experience in developing bespoke homes and luxury destinations.
President Trump has been a great friend of Hussain Sajwani family. They have worked together in various businesses, including developing the Trump International Golf Course. In this project, they were able to generate over $2 billion in the sales of luxury villas. Hussain Sajwani contended that he would work closely with Trumps children. This is because President Trump posited that he could not engage in new businesses to avert any potential conflicts of interest.
Hussain is a philanthropist. During Ramadan, Hussain Sajwani donated AED two million towards supporting an initiative seeking to cloth many needy children around the globe.
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