The genius and serial entrepreneur behind the success of DAMAC Properties is also the #3. Forbes billionaire on its list for billionaires in the United Arab Emirates. Hussain Sajwani Family founded DAMAC Properties a bit over a decade ago and has carefully guided the luxury real estate developer towards a very successful future. Sajwani earned his Bachelor’s degree in economics and engineering at the University of Washington, Seattle, and both of interests there have helped him in the industry he specializes in.
Many people say that he is on an entirely different level than the rest of us when it comes to making the right investment choices, and his investment company, DICO Investments Co LLC., has definitely proven his prowess. The company holds numerous minority and majority holdings in a spread of publicly traded companies, and its main focus is acquisitions, mergers, and private equities.
Hussain Sajwani’s first venture, a catering company, was a wild success early on and, to this day, the company is still an industry leader that serves over 150,000 meals on a daily basis to people all around the globe. His eye for opportunity led him to continue to invest in Al Jazeira Services when everyone else abandoned ship. Learn more about DAMAC Owner: http://www.celebfamily.com/entrepreneur/hussain-sajwani-family.html
His intuitive decision is the reason behind the millions he has made with the company, which is now traded on the Muscat Securities Market. He also sits as chairman of the Al Anwar Ceramic Tiles Co., which was the first tile company in the region and is still only one of two, there. Read more: Hussaun Sajwani | Crunchbase
As a family man, Hussain Sajwani takes a very active role in the life of his 4 children. Along with his wife, he has created an atmosphere of love and encouragement, and he aspires only to pass on his love for humanity and his business intuition to them. Read more:
At home, Hussain Sajwani loves to read and learn more about architecture and design and especially finds it fascinating how a the history of a region can affect the architecture there. He also donates to charitable organizations including the “Yemen We Care” campaign and the Emirates Red Crescent.