Hussain Sajwani is a highly successful businessman who lives in the United Arab Emirates. While a native of the UAE, he attended the University of Washington and earned two bachelor’s degrees, one in industrial engineering and the other in economics. After returning to the UAE, he joined GASCO as a Contracts Manager.
Within a year he left this organization in order to found his own company which eventually became known as DAMAC Group. Hussain Sajwani is both the Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board of his company which has operations in several industries including food catering, luxury real estate development, hospitality services, and investing. Read more: Meet Our Board | DAMAC Properties
Under Hussain Sajwani’s leadership, DAMAC Group started out as a food catering company. He rapidly expanded the company out of the UAE and his company provides services today in the Middle East, Eastern Europe, and Northern Africa. DAMAC Group was one of the main suppliers of food to the US troops that served during Operation Desert Storm in the early 1990’s.
DAMAC owner Hussain Sajwani entered the luxury real estate development industry in 2002. They have built several developments that feature very high-end villas and apartments which are marketed to foreigners who do business in the UAE.
These developments are very large with well over a $1 billion in real estate value. A recent one that was completed by DAMAC Properties outside of the capital city of Dubai has an 18 hole golf course that is managed by the Trump Organization and is named after Donald Trump. In addition to homes, this development also has space for luxury stores including Versace and Fendi.
Hussain Sajwani family members live with him in Dubai which consists of his wife and four children. He is also an active philanthropist that has given to many charitable causes and organizations.
Among these is the initiative that was launched by the Ruler of Dubai in order to provide support to disadvantaged children around the globe that are lacking in clothing. Hussain Sajwani wrote a check for AED two million which was enough money to provide clothing for over 50,000 children.
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