Hussain Sajwani is a Dubai millionaire who owns several properties and businesses in the country. Sajwani founded the company DAMAC properties in the year 2002, and he is the CEO at the organization as well. DAMAC properties is an organization that is involved in architecture, real estate, construction, and engineering. The company is well known in Dubai for creating and establishing luxurious buildings. Before the foundation of DAMAC properties, Hussain Sajwani worked in the foodservice industry. He offered his services to the construction giant Bechtel and the US military. When Dubai allowed foreigners in the country to own buildings, Hussain Sajwani shifted to real estate.
Donald Trump is involved in the real estate industry, and just recently he founded the Trump Organization that deals with real estate and architecture. Hussain Sajwani has always had a goal to improve his relationship with Donald Trump through real estate investments. The two managed to collaborate in 2013 and build the Trump International Golf Club. Hussain Sajwani is a tycoon in the real estate industry, and it was only right that he enters a partnership with the US president. However, this collaboration has sparked a lot of controversy due to conflicts in interests between the two parties. Hussain Sajwani disagrees with these individuals stating that his relationship with the president extends to a personal relationship with the family members who are Ivanka, Eric, and Donald. His relationship with trump’s kids is on the belief that they have leadership skills that can contribute to the growth and expansion of the business.
Hussain Sajwani believes in making the world a better place, and he is thus involved in a lot of charity to help the needy. His company DAMAC properties have also made a lot of charitable efforts. Hussain Sajwani recently cut a two million check to AED which is a Ramadan Initiative that clothes and feeds hungry children. The organization operates all around the world, and the donation by Sajwani will clothe and provide warmth to 500,000 children.