Hussain Sajwani-Accomplished Tycoon and DAMAC Owner

Hussain Sajwani is a property tycoon as well as DAMAC owner which is one of the largest real estate developers in the Middle East. Hussain Sajwani feels that Dubai will not be affected substantially by the regional turmoil like many other cities. The city has been ranked as the fifth safest city in the entire world and has gained a reputation for being secure and safe.

According to Hussain Sajwani, Dubai has always withstood instability, and it actually thrives in the face of unstable circumstances. The city benefitted from the Iraq-Iran war and from the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait as well since many Kuwaitis traveled to Dubai and stayed in the city.

DAMAC owner Hussain Sajwani is well-known internationally as well as in the Gulf region. He wants to expand into China, and his family has ties to President Trump, current president of the United States. He’s also ranked 5th richest Arab in the world by Forbes

Hussain Sajwani began his own catering company in 1982 and he founded DAMAC Properties in 2002. The company has completed many projects such as AKOYA Oxygen and DAMAC Hills. The company has been ranked as one of the fastest growing global companies by Forbes, and it’s comprised of over 42 million square feet of townhouses, villas, and apartments.

DAMAC Owner Hussain Sajwani graduated for the University of Washington and was Contracts Manager in GASCO. His catering business that he started in 1982 grew to manage over 200 projects and serves over 150,000 every day. His scope of the market includes Africa, the Middle East, and the CIS.

He is considered to be a veteran in the property market expansion in Dubai. He has extensive expertise in the areas of property development, finances, sales, legal, administration, and marketing. His company has become as successful as it is today with his dedication and vision.

DAMAC Properties has ever 2,000 employees and has become one of the most well-known and recognizable lifestyle and fashion brands. Real estate icon Sajwani has been on the board of the Majan University College, JUNO Online, and the Emirates Takaful Company in Abu Dhabi.

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