At times, you may be a visionary person, but what matters most is the steps that you take to make sure that your vision has become a reality. With that said, people like Hussain Sajwani have succeeded as entrepreneurs regardless of the various limitations that they may have encountered in the past. As much as Hussain Sajwani dreamt of success, his hard work and the fact that he’s an able individual has led to him owning the largest real estate organization in Dubai known as DAMAC Properties.
Sajwani’s early life
Hussain Sajwani is not only the owner of DAMAC Properties, a prominent real estate company based in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), he is also the chairman of the organization. While serving in such a position, Sajwani can oversee how the company is operating. Born into a family that was business oriented, Sajwani’s father – Ali Sajwani owned a retail outlet where he sold watches, pens, shirts and other products that were imported from China.
Although Hussain Sajwani was also interested in business, he was also interested in becoming a career person. With that said, he was able to procure a scholarship to go to the University of Washington where he successfully came out with a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Engineering and Economics. After graduating, Hussain Sajwani decided to try out employment at first. He was employed as a contracts manager in a Dubai based company known as GASCO. Thereafter, Sajwani felt that he wasn’t satisfied with working as an employee, hence his decision to venture into entrepreneurship. By specializing as an entrepreneur, Hussain Sajwani is proud of owning business enterprises such as DAMAC Properties.
The Founding of the Brand- DAMAC Properties
In 2002, the Dubai government allowed individuals from foreign companies to own property in their country. Hussain Sajwani, the DAMAC Owner, took advantage of this specific situation and came up with his real estate company that would be based in Dubai. At first, DAMAC Properties managed to sell all the units in a residential building in less than seven months. Besides, Sajwani was also one of the pioneers of the property market expansion in Dubai. He even built several hotels to accommodate the brewing influx of people visiting the emirate to do business and trade not to forget tourists.
All over the globe, some people come together to offer assistance to the individuals who are categorized as being the less fortunate in the society. As per ebizine.com, Hussain Sajwani is classified as a philanthropist since he takes part in giving back to the community. For instance, he once issued AED 2 million that was used to help the needy kids around Dubai, UAE.