Hussain Sajwani is not the type of founder that leaves the running of his or her companies to management teams exclusively. He understands the every day workings of all his companies.
He never ventured into an industry without having in-depth knowledge of how things work there. This is one reason behind the outstanding feats of his firms.
Many who have had the opportunity of working closely with Hussain Sajwani agree to the fact that he is simply a born-entrepreneur. Some of the policies behind the successes of his companies are not in any books; they are absolutely his making. Learn more about DAMAC owner: http://www.hoteliermiddleeast.com/23813-the-rise-and-rise-of-damac/ and http://www.albawaba.com/business/pr/damac-needy-children-518106
It came as no surprise when the current United States Presidents described him as an amazing person. Trump must have been impressed after examining the masterpiece golf courses developed by DAMAC, a company Hussain Sajwani founded in 2002. This company has grown to become the largest property development firm in the entire Middle East.
DAMAC has a culture of maintaining high quality standards in the execution of its numerous projects across the Middle East, Africa and beyond. Some of the key cities with DAMAC completed projects include, but not limited to, London, Dubai, Jeddah, Dubai, Dhabi, Amman, Riyadh, Abu, Beirut and Doha.
The amazing feats Hussain Sajwani achieved with DAMAC are nothing new. His catering venture, the first among all his companies, recorded feats close to that of DAMAC. Sajwani was not born into a wealthy family, so he had to start building from the scratch.
The father was only a middle class Dubai worker with 5 children and a wife to cater for. Few years after setting up the catering company, the firm became a pacesetter in the industry serving on daily basis about 200,000 meals with hundreds ongoing additional projects in several countries.
Today Hussain Sajwani family is one of the richest in the whole Middles East running a number of charity foundations to help youths and underprivileged people. Read more: Hussain Ali Habib Sajwani | Bloomberg
It was in the news, the recent AED two million donated by the DAMAC owner to help in the clothing of poor children. Other Hussain Sajwani’s companies include Al Anwar Ceramic Tiles Co., DICO Investments, Al Jazeira Services, and Amana Building Materials.