Hussain Sajwani’s current net worth is around $2 billion, and he managed to build his fortune through opening a catering services firm and a dedicated real estate and property development firm called the DAMAC Properties.
After he graduated from a university in Washington, he decided to return to the United Arab Emirates and thought about ways on how he could earn additional income. He chose to work for a company, but he never liked being an employee. Instead, he looked for ways on how he could establish his own business, and he decided to create a food catering services firm. He focused on building his food business near an American base and a huge engineering company, and when he opened up, many flocked his restaurant, and it became an instant hit. His food catering firm became well-known all throughout the United Arab Emirates, and he started franchising it to other regions, like Africa, Europe, and Central Asia. Hussain Sajwani made his first millions, thanks to his food catering business.
Another opportunity came to him after the leader of the United Arab Emirates stated that they have a plan for transforming the city of Dubai and opening it to the world. In 2002, Hussain Sajwani started to attend several conferences about the plan of transforming Dubai, and because of his longing to help his government, he decided to establish DAMAC Properties. The real estate and property development firm helped transform Dubai into an economic powerhouse. Through his company, the DAMAC owner was able to build residential and commercial complexes, and his projects are well-received by the public because of its state of the art design and features. His company was also tasked to create recreational areas around the United Arab Emirates, most especially in Dubai and Abu Dhabi.
As per uae.argaam.com, the DAMAC owner became widely known in the Middle East, and contractors along the region started contacted him for additional projects. The rise of the DAMAC Properties transformed the life of the DAMAC owner, bringing prosperity not only in his life but through the whole Middle Eastern region.