Hussain Sajwani is a well-established business man in the Middle East. He was recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of the richest Arabs in the world. Sajwani is believed to have a net worth of above 4 billion dollars. He began his business career with a catering company and eventually moved into real estate. Sajwani currently leads DAMAC Properties, which is a prominent developer in the area.
Hussain Sajwani learned his business skills from his father, who was also an entrepreneur. Hussain’s father was a salesman of merchandise that he imported from other countries. Sajwani went on to get a bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington. After completing school he joined Abu Dhabi Gas Industries. Sajwani’s career in the corporate world would be short-lived. After only 2 years he went out on his own to form his first company.
CEO Hussain Sajwani began with a catering company. The organization grew quickly and he maintained contracts with some major enterprises. The company currently goes by the name Global Logistics Services. It is still doing big business and works closely with the United States military and large corporations such as Bechtel.
Sajwani, the DAMAC Owner, later launched DAMAC Properties. DAMAC Properties is a leading real estate developer in the UAE. It is credited with many elaborate projects. Sajwani and his company have built more than 19,000 apartment complexes with over 44,000 units.
DAMAC Properties built the golf course that was designed by Tiger Woods. That same golf course is managed by the Trump Organization. Sajwani and DAMAC Properties have a healthy relationship with the Trump family and their business.
Hussain (@hussainsajwani) and his family were present when Donald Trump celebrated his election to the office of President of the United States. The President-elect assured everyone interested that there would be no conflict of interest with any of his business dealings concerning Hussain Sajwani and DAMAC Properties. They have worked well with Donald Jr and Eric Trump, who will be running the company while their father is in office.
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