Have you ever wondered what you are doing differently from the successful minds around you? Well, the only way to find out is by reading and studying their journeys to the top. All astute investors make good use of every opportunity to learn something new. On the list of the people, we can learn from is Hussain Sajwani.
The Family Background of Sajwani
Hussain Sajwani had the advantage of being brought up in an entrepreneur family. His father had a shop where he sold pens and watches to sustain the needs of his family. Through the income he earned, he was able to meet their needs and save a little to invest in real estate.
Sajwani’s mother was also committed to helping his father raise them. She sold local fabrics to the women around the locality.
Sajwani began visiting his father’s shop at the age of three. He learned the hardships that one had to conquer to be successful in the business world. He still applies the lessons he learned from his father. When he grew up, his father wanted Sajwani to take over the family business, but he chose a different path.
The DAMAC Premises
The DAMAC Premises is the most premium real estate company in Dubai. Hussain Sajwani launched the firm in 2002. He is among the senior pioneers of real estate in Dubai.
Hussain says that his inspiration comes from visualizing how Dubai will look like a decade from now. He has seen it evolve which has been exciting.
According to statistics, the firm has provided more than 20000 families with their dream homes so far, and the number is still steadily rising.
The clients are satisfied with the services they get from the firm. The DAMAC Owner has been seen gifting his clients with expensive gifts like Lamborghinis.
Business Partnership and Philanthropy Work
A good business person has powerful networks. Hussain Sajwani has a solid business relationship with Donald Trump. Their relations began when they joined hands to work on the Trump International Golf Club which turned out to be a success.
Sajwani has also been involved severally in humanitarian work. He has donated AED two million to help needy children around the globe.