The man behind dynamic DAMACs triumph, Hussein Sajwani
Make an acquaintance with Hussain Sajwani, DAMAC Owner, CEO, chairman and founder of DAMAC Group in Dubai, UAE. He is also the chairman of Al Anwar Ceramic Tiles Co. and Al Jazeira Services Co. SAOG. At first, he was in a food service franchise that catered for the US military and Bechtel, a construction powerhouse. Learn more about Hussain Sajwani: http://www.thenational.ae/business/industry-insights/property/damac-chairman-relishes-his-roots and http://www.forbes.com/profile/hussain-sajwani
He started his career in real estate when Dubai permitted foreigners to own property. Mr. Sajwani is well known for his big-budget marketing strategy, offering free Bentleys and Lamborghinis to customers of his luxury apartments. He is ranked number 501 in Forbes Magazine, The World’s Billionaires.
Hussain Sajwani and his company has worked with international brands such as Versace, Just Cavalli, Fendi, Bugatti, and has also worked with Paramount Hotels and Resorts.
In 2002, DAMAC Properties built exciting major-league developments that were enterprisingly marketed, focusing more on off-plan sales as the business model. So far the company’s projects are far-reaching, covering the Gulf Cooperation Council, the United Kingdom, and the Middle East. Read more: Hussain Sajwani | Forbes and Hussain Sajwani | Twitter
DAMAC received two honors from the Gulf Real Estate Awards 2017. The company has well over 2000 employees and trades its shares on the Dubai financial market. The company has conveyed over 16,800 homes and had a development portfolio with an excess of 44000 units.
The company’s hospitality division will offer display services to residents in 12000 plus serviced hotel apartments, thus positioning the company as a top-ranked hotel apartment operator.
Mr. Sajwani has plans to build a business relationship between him and Trump Organization, Donald Trump’s real estate company. DAMAC and Donald Trump came together to advance two of Trump’s golf courses in Dubai developments.
The Hussain family attended Trump’s New Year’s Eve celebrations where he called them the most beautiful people. Sajwani discerns that his company got a boost regarding sales from Donald Trump’s election.
Hassan Sajwani is a charitable man. He gave out a cheque for AED two million to a campaign whose agenda was to clothe a million disadvantaged children all around the globe.
The donation would cater for over 50,000 needy children.