Hussain Sajwani: A Big Hearted Entrepreneur

March 4, 2017

Hussain Sajwani, founder of the residential luxury real estate developer DAMAC Properties is not only a genius entrepreneur, but he also has a big heart and wants to take care of those in need. His business prowess has allowed him to become one of the most celebrated billionaires in Dubai and, in fact, the world at large, and DAMAC’s luxury properties, high-end high-rise apartments, and golf course communities continue to serve countless amounts of people who are completely satisfied with the amazing experiences they have been provided. Hussain has had business dealings with the likes of Paramount Hotels and Resorts, Italian fashion-house designers Versace and Fendi, luxury villa fashioner Bugatti, and Donald Trump. The majority of the business dealings between Mr. Trump and Hussain Sajwani have concerned the golf courses being serviced by Trump for Hussain’s golf course communities. Donald Trump thinks very highly of Hussain and has praised him repeatedly in public as well as visiting him multiple times in Dubai.

 

Hussain Sajwani handed over AED two million to dress one million deprived children who have suffered needlessly around the world. Mr. Sajwani stated that, “the young are the future of society and it is crucially important to provide the right environment to give them the very best possible start in life.” Launched by the Emirates Red Crescent, the clothing campaign was a humanitarian organization set up to help children who were hit hardest by snow storms and other bad weather conditions.

 

Leading up to his role with DAMAC, Hussain took on a spread of other successful ventures including being a Contracts Manager for GASCO, establishing the investment company, DICO Invest, which to this day has a variety of investment portfolios of securities in different companies that are traded on the global market, and Oman-based Al Anwar Ceramic Tiles Co SAOG; the first and only tile manufacturer in the nation.

 

Hussain got his education from the University of Washington, Seattle, where he received a Bachelor’s degree in engineering and economics. He now lives with his wife and four children in Dubai and continues to help people out who are in need and successfully grow DAMAC.

 

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