The Prowess and Philanthropy of Hussain Sajwani

Hussain Sajwani, the founder and CEO of DAMAC Properties, is a man of many pursuits. His interests in investing and real estate have earned him billions, and his philanthropic interests have earned him the respect of the world.

Thanks to his tireless work, the DAMAC Group has won many different awards and among them are Best PR Company, Best Developer Website, Best International Residential High-Rise Architecture for DAMAC Heights / DAMAC Residenze, Best Hotel Interior for Paramount Tower & Residences, Best Golf Course Development for the Tiger Woods Design golf course at AKOYA Oxygen, Top Real Estate Companies in the Arab World 2016 – Forbes Middle East, and a slew of other awards. His business acumen has attracted many business partnerships, and one of the most recent highlighted connection is Donald Trump. Read more: Donald Trump New Year’s Eve Speech

Mr. Trump and The Trump Organization manage and maintain the many golf courses that are served to the residents of DAMAC Properties’ prestigious golf course communities.

These multi-million square-foot communities offer an unmatched sort of living experience where people can dwell in high-end and high-rise private apartment towers. Learn more about Hussain Sajwani Family:

Hussain Sajwani has also worked with the likes of Tiger Woods, Fendi, Versace, Bugatti, Dorn and Bracht, and many other well known individuals to offer his clients, customers, and residents the best experiences possible.

Donald Trump recently had Hussain as a guest at his Mar-a-Lago estate for a new years celebration, and he said that Hussain was “a very, very, very amazing man.” Hussain Sajwani in return, hosted Donald Trump’s two sons Eric and Donald Trump jr. at a grand opening ceremony for the Trump International Golf Club Dubai at DAMAC Hills, which serves one of the many golf course communities that DAMAC has constructed.

Hussain Sajwani’s generous nature and kind heart are the reason he gives so much to people. His support of the “Yemen We Care” campaign helped millions of Yemeni refugees who were stuck in the middle of a conflict they had no control over.

His donation of $272,000 went to provide these innocent victims with basic healthcare, relief, and education. Without his help, millions of Yemenis would have suffered needlessly and been lost.