Hussain Sajwani, chairman, CEO and founder of the DAMAC Group, has led an illustrious career and has led his company to the heights of success. Not only has he done business with well-known people, such as, Versace and Fendi, but he continues to be a part of profitable ventures with known names. One of these people is Donald Trump and The Trump Organization, which manages and maintains the golf courses that sit in DAMAC Properties’ luxurious golf course communities. Donald Trump recently referred to Hussain as, “A very, very, very amazing man,” and also had him as a guest at his Mar-a-Lago estate for a new years celebration. The Trump Organization plans on continuing to do business with Hussain and the DAMAC Group going into the future.
Under Hussain Sajwani’s brilliant guidance, DAMAC Properties has won a slew of awards and these include 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, Best International Residential High-Rise Architecture for DAMAC Heights / DAMAC Residenze, Best International Golf Development for AKOYA, Best Developer Website (www.damacproperties.com), Best Interior Design Apartment (DAMAC Residences), Best Residential High-Rise Development (Al Jawharah), and many others. As a luxury property developer, the company has built over 17,900 homes and has a portfolio of more than 44,000 units in different stages of planning and progress.
Hussain Sajwani family not only heads up companies, but he also makes wise investments in many business ventures. One of these investments is Al Jazeira Services, which has made over $110 million USD and is listed on the Muscat Securities Market. Hussain knew when the company was first listed in 1997 that it would be a market leader, and he has stuck with it as it has thrived in an ever-changing market.
As a world-renowned philanthropist, Hussain Sajwani supports numerous charitable causes and one of these is the Emirates Red Crescent, which helps to clothe and keep warm millions of children who have been deprived, all around the world. He donated AED 2 million to the charity and hopes it will help as many children as possible.