In Dubai, there are very many investors. But Hussain Sajwani is a distinguished investor who believes with dedication, determination and desire anything is possible. Sajwani is a graduate of University of Washington, and he has traveled a long journey to his success. Sajwani is the founder and CEO of DAMAC Group which is involved in the development of leisure, commercial and residential properties in the Middle East and Dubai. Through Sajwani leadership, DAMAC group has developed many properties in different parts of the world.
Hussain Sajwani started his career at GASCO as a contracts manager. Later he started his own catering business in 1982. This business has now grown globally, and it supplies meals daily in several markets in Africa and the Middle East. In the early 1990s, Sajwani developed some hotels to provide accommodation for the growing population of businessmen and traders who visited the region. Later in 2002, Sajwani founded DAMAC Properties which is currently the largest company developing properties in the Middle East.
DAMAC properties have headquarters in Dubai, and they have developed many properties in Abu Dhabi, Amman, Jeddah, Doha, London, and Riyadh. DAMAC Group is a publicly listed business with its shares traded on the Dubai stock market. The group develops highly designed luxury apartments, luxury villas, and grand hotels. DAMAC Group launched a hospitality department in 2011, and this will make them the leading operator in hotel apartments.
DAMAC owner is a very popular entrepreneur and has a close relationship with Donald Trump and The Trump Organization. They have also done Businesses together, and Trump Organization manages one of the golf courses designed by DAMAC properties. Hussain Sajwani Family and Trump family are very close, and Sajwani is very confident about their friendship, and he is ready to do more deals with Trumps.
On top of investing, Hussain Sajwani is a great philanthropist. He believes in helping the less fortunate, and he donated two million AED in 2013 to an organization that was providing clothes to the needy children. DAMAC Properties has donated one million AED to support many refugees in Lebanon and Jordan who were affected by Huda. On top of that, DAMAC has supported other campaigns like Tarahamu by donating to the UAE Red Crescent.
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