Hussain Sajwani Develops His Career In A Variety Of Ways

The DAMAC owner, Hussain Sajwani is now known as one of the world’s leading luxury real estate developers with business partners including U.S. President Donald Trump and Bugatti autos brand. Despite his current success, Hussain Sajwani was not handed his success but had to fight and scrape to achieve his dreams. The University of Washington graduate has spent most of his life and career taking calculated risks regarding how his business career should move forward.

The entrepreneurial spirit has been strong in Hussain Sajwani since his childhood when he worked alongside his father in the family’s watch and clock store. Upon graduating from school, the academic success achieved by the future luxury real estate developer resulted in him being awarded a scholarship to attend the University of Washington in the U.S.

Completing a degree in electronic engineering led to a role in the contracts division of GASCO, a division of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company. GASCO led to the DAMAC owner identifying his first area of entrepreneurial interest when he identified a gap in the market for catering services throughout the oil fields of the Middle East. The catering services grew from a small outfit at a rapid rate to allow the company to grow into one of the largest in the catering services sector with clients including the U.S. military and many oil and gas companies in the Middle East and Africa.

DAMAC owner Hussain Sajwani saw the policies of the government of Dubai changing towards foreign ownership of land and property. Sajwani built his luxury real estate business by buying up parcels of land in parts of Dubai many developers would not touch. The developments created by Hussain Sajwani have remained a success throughout his career and began with the sale of every unit in his first tower being sold in just 40 days. Since then, the DAMAC owner has been determined to maintain his position as a top luxury real estate developer with a personal fortune estimated at $4.1 billion by Forbes.

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