Hussain Sajwani is the chairman of DAMAC Properties, one of the largest development companies in the Middle East. His career began at GASCO where he was a contracts manager after graduating from the University of Washington. He went on to set up his own catering business in 1982. Currently, his catering business serves over 150,000 meals per day through Africa, the Middle East and the CIS. The business caters to army camps, five-star hotels, construction sites and offshore locations.
Hussain Sajwani has played a major role in the expansion of the property market in Dubai since the 90’s. He has an extensive background in sales, marketing, property development, finance, legal and administration. Due to his strategies and success, DAMAC Properties has signed contracts to build luxury projects in Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Riyadh, London, Doha, Beirut, and Amman.
DAMAC Properties has collaborated with some of the most iconic lifestyle and fashion brands in the world. They have designed a Tiger Woods golf course, and luxury apartments decorated by Fendi Casa, Versace Home and Just Cavalli. In 2011, DAMAC Maison was launched to offer bespoke services to patrons of over 13,000 apartments and hotel rooms.
Hussain Sajwani is one of the most influential businessmen across the globe. He can turn practically any dream into a reality. He invests his money into DICO Investments LLC, a business that focuses on acquisitions, private equities, and mergers. His portfolio also includes Al Anwar Ceramic Tiles Co., a leading tile manufacturer.
DAMAC Properties has announced they will create a second tower at its luxury development AYKON City. The new construction will include 10 podium levels, three basements, 49 floors for residences and a rooftop. This will be one of DAMAC’s most ambitious creations in Dubai alone. Residents and visitors will get to see a stunning view of the Dubai Canal from their windows. AYKON Plaza will remain part of AKYON City and has a beach club, swimming pools, restaurants, a spa and resident-only entertainment areas.