Despite him being born from a humble background, Hussain Sajwani has fought his way to the epitome of success. In spite of his father selling pens and watches and his mother fabric of sale as a hawker, Hussain Sajwani worked hard until he was among the few who got a fully funded scholarship by the government to go to the United States to study. He joined the University of Washington where he pursued his undergraduate degree in Economics. Fortunately, after his graduation, he wanted to concentrate on the white collar job, and therefore he followed his heart. His first job was working as a contracts manager at one company before quitting and going to a subsidiary of an Abu Dhabi based gas company.
However, Hussain Sajwani realized that the exposure that was given to him by his father in the shop was all that he wanted. Therefore, the thoughts led to the inception of DAMAC. The organization when started, it dealt with hoteling industry. It was until the beginning of the millennium that people started flocking to Dubai for leisure and business trips.
DAMAC Owner Hussain Sajwani shifted his focus to the Gulf where he invested in the hotel industry. It was until a few years later that he managed to start DAMAC Properties which is one of the leading construction companies in the world. DAMAC Properties has developed 19,000 luxury apartments while there are 44,000 more apartments under construction. His luxury apartments’ interior is done by Versace and Ferrari. Furthermore, DAMAC Properties has built golf courses in Dubai for the Trump Organization.
Currently, he is the founder and chairman of DAMAC Properties. He is also a family man who loves his four children so much. His love for humanity has seen Hussain Sajwani (@hussainsajwani) through the DAMAC Foundation donate food and clothing to the poor. Furthermore, the story concerned his partnership with the government of Dubai to pull funds together and provide a free software training for One Million Young Arabs. The aim of the exercise was to assist young Arabs come to know the much-needed programming skills free of charge.
Article source: https://www.albawaba.com/business/pr/damac-needy-children-518106