One of the leading personalities who has helped in the development of real estate landscape in Dubai is Hussain Sajwani. He is the owner and executive chairman of DAMAC Properties, which he started in the year 2004. In the past few years, the company has been making rapid progress in the world of real estate development and has developed many residential as well as commercial projects. According to Property Finder, developing innovative real estate projects is one of the focuses of Hussain Sajwani as he understands what the new age buyers are looking for. In order to bring his vision to reality, Hussain Sajwani ropes in some of the famous designers from the west including Gucci and Versace to help with designing his projects.
Hussain Sajwani is also one of the leading contributors to the philanthropic efforts by the kind of UAE. As per Forbes, DAMAC owner is one of the top five richest Arabs in the world with the wealth of more than $4.1 billion. DAMAC owner Hussain Sajwani is a graduate from the Washington University and has working experience for few months at Gasco. However, he went on to start a catering company after just a brief experience of working full-time for GASCO. The name of the catering firm that he started is Al Jazeera Services. It is a company that continues to operate to date, and he takes a deep interest in its management even though DAMAC Properties has achieved considerable success.
DAMAC owner Hussain Sajwani is also known for his relations with the President of the United States, Donald Trump. Hussain Sajwani has collaborated with the real estate firm of Donald Trump in the past, and their respective companies have completed many projects together across the globe. DAMAC Properties continues to be actively involved with many philanthropic initiatives in the UAE, and Hussain Sajwani takes deep interest to ensure that the company is contributing to empowering local communities. DAMAC owner also supports the One Million Arab Coders initiative that aims to promote the knowledge of programming and coding among the youngsters. It would also provide them with an opportunity to learn the skills that would increase their employability.