Hussain Sajwani: Building Success One Brick At A Time

The name Hussain Sajwani may not ring a bell to us regular folks, but he is by no means unknown. Before becoming the president of the United States, Mr. Donald Trump was doing business with the man. Mr. Sajwani built two of the Trump brand golf courses in Dubai with his company DAMAC. Trump International Golf Course Dubai opened back in February this year and the Trump World Golf Course is set to open in 2018.

Before becoming the businessman he is today, Hussain Sajwani worked as a contract manager for GASCO which is a subsidiary of the Abu Dhbai National Oil Company (ADNOC), and in 1982, Hussain started his own food catering service. Learn more about DAMAC owner: http://www.celebfamily.com/entrepreneur/hussain-sajwani-family.html

He held contracts with the United States military and several other companies, but Hussain wanted to make billions and knew that catering would only draw in millions. Sajwani didn’t completely stray away from from food, however, the catering division of DAMAC manages more than 200 projects and serves over 150,00 meals in a broad variety of markets, such as, the Middle East, Africa, and the CIS.

In the 1990’s Hussain built a number of hotels, meeting the demands from a flood of people going to the United Arab Emirates to do business and trading. The success of the hotels lead to the opening of DAMAC in 2002. DAMAC is now the largest property management group in the Middle East.

DAMAC Properties launched its hospitality division, DAMAC Maison, in 2011 which will provide services to their guests in more than 15,000 luxury hotel rooms and apartments. This makes DAMAC one of the country’s largest hotel apartment developers.

Recently, Hussain Sajwani has donated over AED 2 million towards helping troubled youths. The AED 2 million is for clothing and shelter to the youths.

AccordIng to CNN, Sajwani Hussain feels as if the youth is the future, and it’s up to the adults to make sure they are provided for. The clothing campaign was launched in collaboration with the Emirates Red Crescent, a humanitarian organisation set up in 1983. The campaign raised a total of AED 120 million.