Hussain Sajwani is the chairman, founder, and proprietor of DAMAC Properties Dubai. DAMAC Properties Dubai is a business that develops commercial, leisure and residential properties in Dubai. The company also makes real estate investments.
Hussain Sajwani launched the firm back in 2002. The company headquarters are located in Dubai in the UAE. His company is reportedly the largest real estate development firm in the Middle East today. His success is due in part to his taking advantage of Dubai’s government announcement that permits foreigners to purchase and own property in the Emirates. Sajwani immediately purchased real estate in the undeveloped area of the emirate and began to develop it.
Originally, Sajwani first worked in the foodservice industry. He garnered a customer base that included (among others) the construction company Bechtel and even the U.S. military. In fact, the DAMAC group is still involved in the food industry to this day. Learn more about DAMAC owner: http://www.thenational.ae/business/industry-insights/property/damac-chairman-relishes-his-roots
DAMAC And Donald Trump
As 2013 opened, DAMAC joined forces with Donald Trump. They discussed developing a pair of Trump-branded golf courses. Four years later, in February, the Trump international Golf Course Dubai was officially opened at DAMAC’S Akoya place in Dubai. Read more: Richest Men in UAE
The Trump international Golf Course Dubai was actually designed by none other than Tiger Woods. Sajwani told the press that he hoped to forge a strong business relationship with Donald Trump’s organization. He also said that his business interests included not only Trump but his daughter Ivanka and his two adult sons Donald Jr. and Eric. He was very optimistic and felt that there would not be any problems with their business relationship.
Hussain Sajwani Family more recently donated a 2 million AED check to help clothing poor children across the globe. The charitable effort was started by the prime minister and the vice-president of the UAE and his Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum the ruler of Dubai.
This was part of DAMAC’s ongoing efforts to aid the government in trying to improve the livelihood of people around the world. The clothing drive itself began in 1983 in collaboration with the non-profit organization known as the Emirates Red Crescent.