Hussain has driven the Dubai property market to a different level. His achievements have always been increasing as time goes by. He is one among the wealthiest billionaires in the Arab states. His financial status has never at any time driven him away from the society. Hussain helps the needy children as he understands well that their future depends entirely on the foundation they get. He is the CEO and founder of DAMAC Group Properties.
DAMAC Group deals with the construction of apartments, hotels and luxurious villas. With all these, DAMAC has successfully managed to infiltrate the global market through its excellent work and still has hopes for much more achievements in the future. Forbes has listed DAMAC Group as being the fastest global company in growth.
DAMAC Group was formed to serve the foreign investors who were present in the Middle East doing business. The golf course construction that was designed by Tiger Woods is one among the achievements made by DAMAC Properties which was managed by the Trump Corporation.
Hussain Sajwani has involved himself in a lot of business links globally including one which shows future hopes of enhancing their business with Donald Trump.
The DAMAC owner started his career journey when he was first employed to work at an oil company after graduating from Washington University with a degree in industrial engineering and economics. He landed in the finance department which was in line with what he studied at the university, but due to some personal interests, Hussain decided to start his own business. His first investment was in the catering industry where he served The Bechtel Corporation, the US Military among others.
Hussain Sajwani’s experience enlightened him more to the importance of customer service as he was the one managing everything. Through this, Hussain understood that a good quality product always makes the customer satisfied and this is a reliable tool to use in making a business investment successful.
The DAMAC owner knew how well to play his cards when investing to avoid losses as any business person would do as well. His investments majorly based on the availability of customers, which saw the organization hitting grates marks.