Hussain Sajwani has established himself as a businessman to reckon with in the Gulf region. Along with being a famous real estate tycoon internationally, owner of DAMAC, Hussain Sajwani has also become well-known for his philanthropic initiatives. Hussain Sajwani believes that it is necessary for people in the position to use their resources to help the low-income communities and underprivileged people in general. He also contributed one million AED to the fund of the king of Saudi Arabia to provide food and clothing to the disadvantaged children in the country.
Hussain Sajwani, CEO of DAMAC, hails from a humble family background but was always interested in business as he grew up watching his father handling his retail operations at his watch shop. After completing his schooling in Dubai, he got the scholarship to study abroad, and he finished his graduation from Washington University. Even though he wanted to start his own business, he began a job at GASCO as a contractor for a while before calling it quits starting Global Logistic Services, a catering firm running over 200 projects. Hussain Sajwani ventured into the real estate business in Dubai after witnessing an unprecedented growth in the sector. It is how DAMAC Properties started and thanks to his vision and business acumen, the company witnessed strong, rapid and steady growth over the years.
Since CEO of DAMAC, Hussain Sajwani, comes from a humble family, he understands the importance of providing for those who need a little push for success. DAMAC Foundation was the top financier of the program ‘One Million Arab Coders’ run by the government. The program will help offer hands-on training to young people and allow them to create a career out of it. The program aims to help develop skills in people that would help the nation become more tech savvy. Apart from that, he is also a part of any charities that offer support to poor people and those affected by the war in different countries.
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