Arab Businessman DAMAC Owner Hussain Sajwani

Hussain Sajwani is the owner of the real estate development company DAMAC Properties. This company was ranked to be the number one real estate company on the 2017 Global List put out by Forbes. This is also one of the fastest growing global companies. According to Forbes, Hussain Sajwani is the 4th richest Arab in the world. He is estimated to have been worth over $4 billion.

In his youth, Hussain Sajwani worked hard and was able to get a government scholarship to attend college in the United States. He earned a BA in Industrial Engineering and Economics at the University of Washington.

According to Ebizine, Sajwani returned to the Middle East and went to work at the Abu Dhabi Gas Industries in the finance department. He gained some experience and then started a catering company which served the U.S Military at their base. With the success of his catering company, Hussain Sajwani started the DAMAC Properties company. The company manages over 19,000 different rental units and has over 44,000 units that are currently being developed. This company has been on the Dubai Financial Market since 2015.

The DAMAC Properties organization owns some very well-known properties. This company owns a golf course that was designed golf superstar Tiger Woods. This golf course is now managed by the Trump Organization. The corporation rents luxury homes to designs Versace and Fendi. This organization partnered with Paramount Pictures to develop the Paramount Hotels and Resorts.

Hussain Sajwani, the DAMAC Owner, is looking to give back to people as well. His real estate group sponsors the Dubai Future Foundation which provides free software training to one million Arabs looking to get into the world of business. Sakwani has enjoyed a great deal of success. He is considered to be one of the Stars of the Middle East by the Arabian Business Achievement organization and plans to keep on expanding his businesses.

Check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GJxJrIkRTzk


Comments are closed here.