The DAMAC owner, Hussain Sajwani is taking the World of Development by Storm

Hussain Sajwani is the founder, as well as Chairman of DAMAC Properties. The company is a world renowned real estate property development company. Sajwani’s educational background includes earning degrees in Industrial Engineering and Economics at the University of Washington.

Sajwani began his business career after a short stint working for someone else; he decided he could make more money working for himself. He delved into the catering business in 1982 and grew the company grew to a company capable of serving more than 150,000 meals per day through more than 200 individual projects. He provided catering services for markets in the Middle East, Africa and the Russian Commonwealth, as well as for the United States military and American corporations.

Hussain Sajwani and his family were always interested in real estate development and they dabbled in small hotel development almost as a sideline. As more and more real estate markets began emerging, the DAMAC owner began contrasting real estate and catering and decided profit margins were considerably better in real estate than food service. He decided to take on the real estate market and identified a number of areas where opportunity was on the verge of thriving and developed DAMACD Properties. The company has grown to include areas London, Riyadh, Beirut, Amman, Doha, Abu Dhabi, as well as Dubai.

The DAMAC Owner has led his company with great vision and entrepreneurial skill. One of his greatest strength is to turn his vision into reality and a viable commodity. He also has the necessary leadership skills to maintain the constant growth, as well as product continuity. Sajwani stays involved in all aspects of the business by meeting with the management team on a regular basis and analyze updates as they occur. He also expands his contacts as they are crucial to his business. Visit bezaat.com to see the properties for sale by DAMAC.

Hussain Sajwani culls his inspiration from visualizing what an area will look like after 10 years or so of development. He finds this helps to keep things in perspective and keeps his vision always expanding. He is excited about technology and the fact that more and more people are taking advantage of such technology and making it work for them. The DAMAC owner also finds it is necessary to put the fear of failure aside and take on a project head on.

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