The United Arab Emirates is a country that has given birth to many entrepreneurs that are today known worldwide for their professional excellence and business skills. Real estate development is among the most bustling industries in the United Arab Emirates.
One of the most successful individuals is Mr Hussain Sajwani. He is founder and owner of many startup companies, some of which operate on an international level.
Mr Hussain Sajwani is also a philanthropist and a prominent investor and developer of real estate properties both in the United Arab Emirates and worldwide.
Mr Hussain Sajwani was born in Dubai. He received his education in the United States of America where he attended the University of Washington and majored in economics.
After he had completed his studies, Mr Hussain Sajwani was a part of a company called GASCO for a few years, working as a contracts manager. He quit the job in 1982 and went on to establishing his first company which is one of the most successful businesses he owns today.
In 1982 the company of Draieh Management Services Co came to be. The company is more widely known with its abbreviation – DAMAC Properties. The company is dedicated to providing catering for events and works with all sectors such as business, education, and so on.
The company of DAMAC Properties is also an investor in a significant number of real estate projects on the territory of the United Arab Emirates.
Mr Hussain Sajwani also uses DAMAC Properties as a means to do charity work and organise fundraising events. The company launched DAMAC Maison which is a hospitality division in 2011. It is one of the biggest hotel apartment operators in the world.
In 2013, The Ramadan initiative received a cheque of two million AED. The Ramadan initiative was created by is Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum.
The goal of the charitable cause is to provide clothing for one million poor children from all around the world. The donation made by Mr Hussain Sajwani provided enough resource in order to take care of more than 50 000 children who were dressed and provided with warmth.