Hussain Sajwani is a real estate tycoon based in Dubai. His wealth, philanthropy and entrepreneurial skills have made him one of the most prominent global figures. Hussain Sajwani is the founder and owner of DAMAC Group, a multi-million global conglomerate with its headquarters in Dubai and services in over 20 countries. In 2002, he took advantage of a move by Dubai government to allow foreigners to invest in the emirate.
Sajwani graduated from the University of Washington with bachelor’s in business majoring in economics. Hussain has served in various positions in different companies including GASCO, where he acted as the contracts manager. Today Sajwani is associated with several other ventures including Al Anwar Ceramic in Oman, Taiba Kuwait Holdings Company, Global Logistics Services and Al Jazeira Services.
Hussain Sajwani’s Relationship with Donald Trump
The Dubai billionaire and developer have been having a good business relationship with President Donald Trump. The duo teamed up in 2013 when he constructed two of Donald trump’s golf courses, one, which was launched in January 2017. The two real estate titans will see their business relationship loosen or end after the president said that he would not be conducting business while in the oval office. However, the Dubai desert billionaire said that Trump’s daughter and sons had been involved in the family business for years and their business ties will continue through Trumps Daughter and sons.
About DAMAC Group
DAMAC Group was launched in 2002 by Hussain Sajwani. DAMAC has its headquarters in Dubai and is highly reputed for the construction of luxurious buildings. DAMC in partnership with the Trump organization constructed one of the world’s luxurious golf courses and is due to complete another one in 2018. DAMAC Group has ongoing luxurious projects in global cities like Jeddah, Riyadh, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and London.
Hussain Sajwani Philanthropic Activities
Hussain Sajwani through his company, DAMAC Group, has been participating in various philanthropic activities. The company donated AED two million to in a campaign aimed to dress over 1 million disadvantaged children in the world. This donation came as part of Hussain Sajwani’s efforts to improve the living standards of impoverished people across the world.