About Hussain Sajwani’s Career History
Hussain Sajwani is a successful businessman from the Middle East who operates in the field of property development. He is the founder of the DAMAC Properties, where he serves as its CEO and chairman as well. Sajwani is a graduate where he did a degree in Industrial Engineering and Economics from the University of Washington in the United States after obtaining a government scholarship. After completing his university studies, he returned to his home country and got his first job as a contracts manager at the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company’s subsidiary known as GASCO. Nonetheless, Hussain Sajwani was employed for a short while before embarking on starting his venture in the catering industry in 1982.
Further, DAMAC Owner Sajwani’s business in catering grew tremendously due to the development of Dubai during that time, which saw the businessman also venturing into the real estate sector in the mid-1990s.. Again, this was primarily because, during that time, Dubai was undergoing a rapid development phase which attracted the high number of people and investors in the city. Furthermore, on spotting the opportunity, Hussain Sajwani was involved in developing multiple hotels to accommodate the influx of people that were there to do business in the UAE. What’s more, it is for this reason that saw the birth of DAMAC Properties in 2002, which has since advanced to be the biggest company that deals with property in the Middle East.
About DAMAC Properties
Located in Dubai, the luxurious property development company has already delivered more than 44,000 units where 16,800 are residential homes. Also, as one of the largest companies in real estate, DAMAC is publicly listed on the Dubai Financial Market and has employed over 2000 employees. Among many of its achievements is where in 2013, the company partnered with Donald Trump in creating the Trump’s brands of golf courses that are part of Dubai’s developments. Hussain Sajwani hopes to continue enhancing the business relations and partnership with Trump’s Organization in order to grow and expand the real estate sector in Dubai. Additionally, as part of the company’s corporate social responsibility, Hussain Sajwani recently gave AED two million as part of donations from DAMAC to cater to over 50,000 needy children.
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