Hussain Sajwani is an extraordinary man with a keen sense for business. His philanthropic efforts are well-known and include him giving millions of dollars to organizations such as the Emirates Red Crescent that help clothe and shelter children and campaigns like the “Yemen We Care” organization that help to offer education, healthcare, and relief to refugees who would suffer needlessly otherwise. His 4 children benefit greatly from his wisdom, and he aspires only to pass on the best of himself, such as, his high moral leanings, his ethical standards, and his business acumen to them. His wife and himself live a happy life in Dubai, where Hussain heads up the DAMAC Group as its chairman founder and CEO.
Being a luxury real estate developer that helps people enjoy unmatched living experiences, DAMAC Properties is one of the largest and most successful developers with projects in the Middle East, the GCC, and the United Kingdom. Hussain Sajwani along with the DAMAC Group have worked with the likes of Versace and Fendi, Bugatti, Paramount Hotels and Resorts, Gil Hanse, and Donald Trump. Hussain and The Trump Organization plan to continue doing business together into the future, and most of this business surrounds the golf courses that sit in DAMAC’s golf course communities. Each and every one of them are managed and maintained by The Trump Organization.
The DAMAC Group has 2,000 employees to its name and as a prime developer of luxury properties has built 16,800 homes and has a development portfolio of over 44,000 units that are in different stages of planning and progress. The company has won a slew of awards and among them are Tower Project of the Year – DAMAC Towers by Paramount Hotels & Resorts Dubai, Top Real Estate Companies in the Arab World 2016 – Forbes Middle East, Best Hotel Interior for Paramount Tower & Residences, Best Golf Course Development for the Tiger Woods Design golf course at AKOYA Oxygen, and plenty of others. DAMAC has projects in cities all over including London, Riyadh, Jeddah, Beirut, Abu Dhabi, Amman, Doha, and Dubai.
The DAMAC owner received his Bachelor’s degree in economics and engineering at the University of Washington, Seattle.