DAMAC Owner Hussain Sajwani Is A Philanthropist And Businessman
Hussain Sajwani is the founder and CEO of DAMAC Properties, and he has always been the kind of man to help those in need. When the Ramadan initiative was created, he donated AED two million to the campaign so it could clothe a million economically challenged children from all over the globe. Sajwani commented around the time of his donation and spoke about his belief that the children are the future of society and how important it is to ensure they live in an environment that supports their success. The campaign was put together by the Emirates Red Crescent, which was created in 1983, and a combined total of AED 120 million was gathered together to help the children.
DAMAC Owner Hussain Sajwani built DAMAC from the ground up and has been working with well-known people for many years to do so. He worked with Tiger Woods who helped to design a golf course that the Trump Organization built, manages, and maintains. He has worked with Donald Trump, now president Trump, for many years and plans on continuing to do so. Together, the pair have provided beautiful golf courses for two of DAMAC Properties Luxury Developments. Hussain Sajwani also spent some time with Trump and his family during a recent New Year’s Eve celebration that took place at Trump’s Mar a Lago estate.
DAMAC Properties is located in Dubai but works in many different parts of the world. His company has developed more than 19,000 apartment units since it went into business and has more than 44,000 units that are at different stages of their development. Hussain Sajwani has also built a very successful catering venture that began many years ago. Today, it continues to be one of the most successful businesses of its kind. While Hussain Sajwani grew up in the Middle East and now calls it his home, he has lived in the United States. When he was a younger man, he came to the United States to study at the University of Washington. While there, he was able to finish up his bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering and economics.