Billionaire, extraordinaire Hussain Sajwani is a man of many talents. As a real estate mogul, he is the chairman founder and CEO of DAMAC properties, a luxury real estate developer that offers up high-quality living experiences in Dubai, UAE. As an investor, Hussain has started up his own investment company, DICO Investments Co LLC., and there he invests in acquisitions, mergers, and private equities and holds majority and minority holdings in many publicly traded companies. Hussain Sajwani also own a successful catering business that he started up many years ago. The business is an industry leader, to this day, and manages more than 200 projects that offer service to educational institutions, construction campsites, army camps, and 5-star hotels.
During Hussain Sajwani’s time as CEO for DAMAC, he has worked with many well-known people. Among them are Versace and Fendi, Bugatti, Gil Hanse, and even Donald Trump. His connection to Mr. Trump involves the golf course communities that DAMAC properties offers up to people in Dubai. The Trump Organization maintains and manages the golf courses that sit in these communities and, in fact, recently during the grand opening of the Trump International Golf Club Dubai at DAMAC Hills Eric Trump and Donald Trump jr., Donald’s two sons, were guests of Hussain’s. Donald Trump has referred to Hussain Sajwani as a “very, very, very amazing man,” and The Trump Organization will continue doing business with Hussain into the foreseeable future.
Hussain Sajwani doesn’t just focus on business dealings; the man is also a generous philanthropist who tirelessly works to make the world a better place. His dedication to helping children is well-known and he believes that there is no reason that children should suffer. He has donated millions of dollars to charitable causes and organizations, and one of these is the Emirates Red Crescent, which helps clothe and keep warm children who are poverty stricken or who have been hit hardest by harsh weather conditions. Hussain Sajwani has also helped countless refugees who would of otherwise been lost. He donated to the “Yemen We Care” campaign, which provided basic education, healthcare, and relief to 10 million Yemenis.