Every company starts from a particular geographical location and later spreads as each of its component-units records increasing growth. The Hussain Sajwani’s business empire is no exception. Virtually all his companies started from the Middle East, even the DAMAC owner came from that part of the world; his father being of the middle class in Dubai then.
Hussain Sajwani keeps proving to the world the immense entrepreneurial acumen he possesses by not only subduing his territory but also penetrating outside territories. With more details, this point will become crystal clear.
Shortly after graduating from the prestigious University of Washington in 1981 with a degree in Economics and Industrial Engineering, he launched his first company – a catering outfit. In no time, the firm started taking giant strides in business serving over 200,000 meals daily, an uncommon feat in the Middle East as a whole. That was not all. The company’s network of clients and customers eventually spread across a number of continents in the globe.
According to Bezaat.com, the case of DAMAC Properties, one of Hussain Sajwani’s Group of Companies, is well known to many people. In fact, he is popularly referred to as the DAMAC owners. Visitors and tourists in Dubai and key cities in the Middle East prefer the numerous five-star luxury hotels own and run by DAMAC Properties. The company is also into construction and development of properties around the world. At the moment, DAMAC is one of the largest property developing companies in the entire Middle East. Even in the United States, properties developed by DAMAC abound. Donald Trump, the U.S. current president, had once been a client of the DAMAC owner. The company developed a couple of golf courses for him in 2013.
Other companies belonging to the Hussain Sajwani family include DICO Investment, Al Amana Building Materials, Al Anwar Ceramic Tiles Co., and Al Jazeira Services. The family also engages in philanthropic works running a number of charity foundations in the process. These foundations are solely financed by the Sajwani’s . Recently, Hussain Sajwani gave out AED two million to provide for the clothing needs of a million underprivileged children.
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