Since 1982, when he established his ventures in catering, Hussain Sajwani, businesses have always grown immensely, expanding internationally. His catering business has spread in many the Middle East and Africa countries with 200 projects in construction campsites, military camps, and, offshore/onshore markets which serves about 150000 meals daily. Hussain Sajwani was among the pioneers who propagated property market expansion in Dubai in the mid-90s by building Porsche hotels and accommodations to cater for growing influx of tourists in the United Arabs Emirates. The futuristic approach of Hussain in investments made him foresee the open opportunities, inducing him to open DAMAC properties in 2002.
A DAMAC property under the guidance of Hussain has grown tremendously to become one of the most extensive property management and development firms in the World. It is known to have spread in Dubai, Riyadh, Beirut, Abu Dhabi, Amman, Doha, and London. The determination to succeed by Hussain Sawjani through DAMAC properties is evident by the kind of ventures the company operates. One of the most fantastic property is AYKON London one through nine Elms properties at the heartland of London city. AKON is among the tallest buildings in London City as well as, among highly valued. The Forbes Magazine rated DAMAC property as the fastest growing company in 2017 because of the expansion trends in property development around the world. The company has delivered a record of over 21000 units employing more than 2000 workers and a master plan of 44000 units ready to be developed shortly. It is one of the publicly listed companies in the Dubai Financial Market. In December 2013, DAMAC properties became the first real estate company from the Middle East to be listed in the London Stock Exchange.
Hussain Sajwani is a Bachelors of Arts/Science degree holder from the University of Washington. Due to hard work and determination, Hussain Sajwani has created immense wealth rated number 557 wealthiest people in the world with a net worth of $2.6 billion. He is also recognized as one of the most influential and fourth richest Arabs.