The Difference That The DAMAC Owner Is Making In The Philanthropy And Business World

The environment that Hussain Sajwani was bought up in was a business one. The father dealt with the importation of things like skirts, pens, and watches from China. After doing well in school, he got admission at the University of Washington on a scholarship from the government. At the university, he earned his industrial engineering and economics degree. The degree was so helpful in his career path because it paved the way for him to get into the entrepreneurial world. At the Adu Dhabi Industries, he was offered the opportunity of becoming one of the staffs in 1981.

He worked in the role that he was given of the finance department for the next two years, while still at the company he founded Betchel to offer the services of catering venture. After several years the company changed their name to Global Logistics Services, and they provided their services commonly to the U.S military with the catering services. While Hussain, the DAMAC owner, was in Dubai, that’s when he developed the interest of real estate market, that was the one that inspired him to start DAMAC Properties in 2002 that’s a venture development venture.

According to the Analyst of Finance, DAMAC Properties has been operating as from 2015 as a publicly traded company, and their shares have been listed in the Dubai Financial Markets. Currently, the number of units that the company will be developing is 44,000 units. They have gained the reputation of being a reliable company for the services that they offer and because of the 19,000 apartments that they have worked on. The one notable service that they provided was the golf course that is under the management of the Trump Foundation.

When he was investing in the Aykon London One Tower Hussain Sajwani spent $600 million. The other thing that he showed his support to was when Huda storm affected the people back in 2011 he gave his support to them. To illustrate his support to the UAE Red Crescent Hussain Sajwani offered them with an AED 1 million to provide the victims of the storm with the support that they needed. The donation that he made was possible by using his company DAMAC Properties.

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