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Hussain Sajwani has publicly voiced expanding DAMAC’s existing property building presence into Asia. China especially, has been rapidly expanding it’s middle class citizenry, and Hussain would love to build more DAMAC properties to fill that need. Mr. Sajwani’s company already has properties in many major business cities such as: Dubai, London, and Beirut and properties for many of the Chinese citizenry would expand Hussain’s already huge property management empire.

Mr. Sajwani actually started in the business world with his catering service. Starting as a very small service, Hussain’s catering service now has about 200 active contracts and the company serves over 150,000 meals daily. His catering company services army camps and five star hotels alike. The company also specializes in camp management and company supply. It was in the 90’s that Hussain Sajwani saw a need for more hotel housing properties in Dubai due to the influx of people coming for business opportunities. By 2002 Hussain’s property business “DAMAC” was born and quickly became one of the biggest property managers and builders in the Middle East. DAMAC now employs over 2,000 people from 77 nationalities.

It is that ethic diversity that makes DAMAC such a solid company to work for as Mr. Sajwani listens to every staff members opinion and input on the state of the company. Hussain does not involve himself or DAMAC with the world’s political intrigues and only gets involved if politics effects his businesses. In this way Hussain is able to make small changes as is necessary to the company’s survival. Mr. Hussain Sajwani also values education and encourages study and new strategies and ideas to be brought forth from his staff. When the company went public, it forced the staff and Mr. Sajwani to be completely transparent in business operations. Hussain Sajwani stated that it was one of the hardest but best things he has done for the company’s welfare.

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Extra source: https://arabic.arabianbusiness.com/special-reports/376577/22

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