The Dubai-based business leader, Hussain Sajwani has recently become one of the most important philanthropists and supporters of major UAE Government programs in the nation through his sponsorship of various actions. The billionaire DAMAC owner has been building his luxury real estate brand since 2002 and began various other entrepreneurial endeavors as far back as the early 1980s when he had first begun working in the oil and gas exploration industry. A dedicated philanthropist, Hussain Sajwani has been looking to build a stronger community in the United Arab Emirates by seeking to assist in the development of one of the most technologically advanced nations in the world.
After developing his first company, a food services company which was initially created to provide meals for workers in the oil and gas exploration industry based in the Middle East. Sajwani himself had identified this as an area of little competition when he was working within the financial department of the Abu Dhabi Oil and Gas Corporation; the initial success of the company led to the expansion of services to military and other sectors including the provision of services to the U.S. military. Hussain Sajwani still maintains his food services company which has expanded its area of operation to portions of Asia and Africa. Learn more: https://www.instagram.com/hussainsajwani/
The luxury real estate sector has been the area of greatest growth for the brands established and owned by Hussain Sajwani in the 21st-century. Hussain Sajwani has been a major force in developing a new way of securing finance for some of the top luxury real estate developments in the UAE where he made his name offering a luxury vehicle to every purchaser of apartments through his DAMAC Properties group.
Now an advisor and supporter of the UAE Royal Family, Hussain Sajwani has developed his own philanthropic efforts which include the provision of clothing for low-income families across the world each year at Ramadan. DAMAC Properties provided funding for the Red Crescent humanitarian group to provide clothing for upwards of one million children over the last period the program was in operation.