Hussain Sajwani is one of the most renowned real estate entrepreneurs in the industry. He is the owner of DAMAC Properties and upholds various virtues when it comes to business management. A scion of successful ventures in real estate and a determined individual who uses his skills to succeed in business, the DAMAC owner has over the years cemented his name on the walls of successful property development projects. Here is a narration of his early life, career, and impact on business.
The DAMAC owner was raised in the ever-transitioning Middle East area. He was raised by humble parents who emphasized the value of hard work all too often. His father ran a shop in which he sold imported products from China. Like any other father-son relationship, Sajwani worked with his father at the shop. He learned how to interact with clients at that age. Moreover, he used the skills applied by his father to manage the shop to land better working opportunities. However, before that, he invested in formal education by joining a medical school in Baghdad. Like any other teenager growing up, he was more inclined to other interests and pursuing a different course was his primary focus. Hussain Sajwani flew to America for education. Being a smart individual, he was lucky to have a full scholarship that enabled him to pursue economics and engineering from the Washington University.
Career and Business
After graduating with high-class honors, GASCO, an oil company in Abu Dhabi poached him to serve as a credits manager. Hussain Sajwani intermittently applied his leadership skills to grow the business. Nevertheless, Hussain Sajwani was more interested in business than in employment. He aspired to be an employer. Consequently, he started a catering business. Through the market, he served several clients including high-profile clients in the real estate industry.
The Outline of His Career
The DAMAC owner has over the years invested in great entrepreneurial networks including allowing foreign property owners to acquire property within his jurisdiction. Other than that, the company has sold more than 1,000 units since its inception. Moreover, in 2013, the DAMAC owner teamed up with the Trump to create two major golf courses.