DAMAC owner Hussain Sajwani “wrote the book” on property market expansion in Dubai. The United Arab Emirate billionaire businessman and entrepreneur is considered a trail blazer among real estate circles. He has one of the sharpest minds in the industry and a track record of various successful forays to back up the claim.
Sajwani founded global development company DAMAC Properties in 2002. He is the Chairman and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of DAMAC as well. DAMAC specializes in developing luxury properties such as large homes and hotels. Learn more about Hussain Sajwani: http://www.gulfconstructiononline.com/news/story/4267
Since it was established 15 years ago, it has quickly become one of the foremost companies in the property development market. Much of DAMAC’s success can be directly attributed to the leadership and decision making skills of Sajwani.
Sajwani is well respected among his peers, as he should be with all he’s accomplished in his career. One of the people who respect his business expertise the most is United States president Donald Trump. The two have developed a business relationship as well as a close friendship. Trump has even called Sajwani amazing publicly. Sajwani offered him a $2 billion real estate deal in Dubai that Trump decided to turn down for personal reasons.
Hussein Sajwani also believes in giving back to the less fortunate. As the ledest of five children who grew up in a middle class home in Dubai, Sajwani comes from relatively humble beginnings. He has donated funds to many charitable causes. In 2011, DAMAC Properties launched its hospitality division DAMAC Maison. Read more: Hussain Ali Habib Sajwani | Bloomberg
DAMAC Maison has helped provide bespoke services to children need across the nation. Sajwani also does work with organizations that work to teach and inspire youth to start careers in business.
Sajwani received his Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and Industrial Engineering from the University of Washington.
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