Hussain Sajwani serves as the founder, chairman, and CEO one of the largest real estate developers in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, DAMAC Properties. Established in 2002, DAMAC Properties has designed a myriad of exquisite luxury villas, mansions, apartments, hotels and resorts that spans across the Middle East, as well as locations in London, England. The company is one of the most sought-after luxury property developers in the emirate and also became the first real estate business to be listed on the London Stock Exchange. The DAMAC owner has created solid partnerships with many world-renowned luxury staples including Fendi, Versace, Bugatti, Cavalli and the Trump Organization.
On Feb. 18, 2017, Hussain Sajwani and President Donald Trump had launched the Trump International Golf Club Dubai at the DAMAC Hills resorts. The grand opening had featured guests that included President Trump’s sons, Donald Jr. and Eric Trump. According to Saudi Projects, the deluxe 18-hole golf course was designed by Gil Hanse, an acclaimed Olympic golf course architect and master designer. The success of the golf course had brought in a massive amount of revenue, and the DAMAC owner had set his eyes on another Trump-branded course that is slated to open by the end of 2018.
In mid-2017, Hussain Sajwani had helped sponsor and support the Dubai Future Foundation’s “One Million Arab Coders Initiative,” through his corporate charitable sector, DAMAC Foundation. The initiative was launched by Dubai’s Vice President and Prime Minister, Sheikh Mohammad bin Rashid Al Maktoum. It will help provide free software development training to one million young aspiring Emirati coders. The DAMAC owner is proud to contribute to the vision of his Highness, who hopes to empower the future of Dubai through adequate skills development and higher learning. Sajwani resides in Dubai with his wife, with whom he shares four children. He is a graduate of Washington University and received a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering and Economics.