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Hussain Sajwani- The Iconic Investor

It is always the dream of an entrepreneur to be able to move from employment to entrepreneurship. This is not an easy task as it requires a lot of calculated steps to ensure a successful transition. Although it has been challenging to many of the early stage entrepreneurs, many people have done it before. A good example is the DAMAC owner, Hussain Sajwani.

Hussain Sajwani secured a job position after completing his studies at the University Of Washington. He worked in the finance department of Abu Dhabi National Oil as the contracts manager.

After working for a while, he decided that it was better to move on with life and start something of his own. This was when he employed his entrepreneurial skills by starting a business entity in the line of catering.

The startup was a good idea. Through his skills and unstoppable character, the venture has grown into a big business firm. The DAMAC owner has made the business a success. The firm is now serving more than 150000 meals in a day.

The catering business is also involved in the industry with more than two hundred projects in the region.

In the 1990s the DAMAC owner started investment in the real estate industry. This was through the development of hotels that could cater for traders that came to the Emirates region. his continuous investment made him found the DAMAC Properties in 2002.

DAMAC Properties is a firm that is well known in the middle east region. Hussain Sajwani is a highly skilled chief executive officer of the DAMAC Group.

This has made him receive awards before. In 2017, the DAMAC owner was named number one by the Top CEO Awards. This is an example that Hussain Sajwani is one of the top entrepreneurs that we can look up to.

Throughout his career, he has been able to meet other great entrepreneurs. The DAMAC owner and US president Donald Trump have had several meetings. The main aim of these meetings is to have future investments in the Emirates region.

Hussain Sajwani is also a charitable man. He donated AED two million to assist disadvantaged children.

Hussain’s profile on Forbes: http://www.forbes.com/profile/hussain-sajwani