Dubai’s Lucrative Real Estate Company, DAMAC Group

Hussain Sajwani is the founder and the owner of DAMAC Properties, a real estate company with its headquarters in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. The company was founded in 2002 and majors in construction, engineering, architecture and real estate. Hussain attended the University of Washington for his undergraduate studies majoring in Economics. He was then employed as the contracts manager in GASCO, which is a subsidiary of the Abu Dhabi Oil National company. He did not last long, in 1982 he opened his own business that eventually became the DAMAC group. In 1992, Hussain Sajwani started an investment company known as DICO invest, which holds investment portfolios of different companies. He is also associated with other ventures which include; Al Anwar Ceramic tiles company in Oman, Al Jazeera services and Global Investment, and Global Logistics Company. He has also worked with Draieh Management Services, Al Jazeira Services Co SAOG, which he started, Al Anwar Ceramics Company SAOG and Draieh Management Services Company LLC.
Hussain Sajwani, the founder of DAMAC property holding, and Donald Trump, the president of the USA, are business partners. The two have partnered in real estate business in Dubai and the United States. Donald Trump hired DAMAC Properties to build the Trump course international in Dubai. DAMAC group has its headquarters in Dubai, UAE. It is a residential real estate company that allowed foreigners to invest and own properties in the Emirates by assisting in the building works. DAMAC led by Sajwani is capable of building a thirty-eight storey building in six months and produces results as expected. Hussain Sajwani and DAMAC properties have been able to support over one million needy children by clothing them. They have also worked with the Dubai government in helping to improve the standards of living for most people in the country.

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