Hussain Sajwani is the chairman and founder of DAMAC properties which engages in construction and development of leisure, residential and commercial properties. The company also invests heavily in real estate projects. This Company is situated in Dubai and the Middle East.
Hussain graduated from Washington University before starting his career as a contracts manager in GASCO, a Branch of Abu Dhabi Oil Company. Later he started his own business and in 1982 Sajwani ventured into catering. In his businesses, he pioneered the expansion of property market in Dubai. Due to influx of people visiting Emirates in the mid 90s, he constructed several hotels to accommodate them. As a result of increased trade his catering business grew enormously. In 2002 Hussain identified a gap in the market and this led to the establishment of DAMAC Properties. This facility has since grown to be one of the biggest property development companies in Dubai and the Middle East, thereby being a pride of the Hussain Sajwani family.
Sajwani concentrates mainly in the field of marketing, sales, finance, legal issues and administration which is the driving force of DAMAC’s success. This prestigious company employs over 2000 employees and prides itself with one of the best record of luxury properties in the Middle East. Due to its influence under the watchful eyes of DAMAC owner, DAMAC teamed up with the American business icon Donald Trump in 2013. This is long before Trump became president of the United States. They constructed golf courses with trump’s brand, international Golf course, Damac’s Akaya residential suites and trump World Golf Courses. When Mr Trump was elected as president he praised Sajwani and described him as an amazing man. Mr. Trump promised to continue partnering with Hussain in the business world.
DAMAC properties have also participated in charity work to support the less fortunate in the Middle East. They have always supported the selfless efforts of Sheikh Mohammed to better the lives of others especially during the month of Ramadan with AED 2,000,000 to feed children. DAMAC in partnership with Emirates Red Crescent donated a total of AED 120 million to support the clothing campaign. The aim of the campaign was to provide decent clothes to poor children. This company is planning to extend its charity work to international level in order to reach more needy children.
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