Hussain Sajwani: Bussiness Partner of Donald Trump and Philanthropist

Hussain Sajwani, head of DAMAC and thriving entrepreneurial billionaire has received plenty of praise from Donald J. Trump. During their time spent together working on luxury golf course communities in Dubai. Donald Trump referred to Hussain as a “very, very, very amazing man, a great, great developer from the Middle East, a friend of mine, great guy.” Donald Trump’s main role when working with Hussain was to service the golf courses that sit in the very luxurious golf communities that DAMAC properties built. Having celebrated new years eve together in 2017, Hussain and Donald both enjoyed a profitable business relationship, and Hussain hopes the relationship with Donald Trump’s real estate firm can continue into the future. Aside from Mr. Trump, Hussain has had business dealings with Paramount Hotels and Resorts, Italian fashion-house designers Versace and Fendi, luxury villa professional Bugatti, and even helped put together a Tiger Woods designed golf course.

As head of DAMAC, a luxury real estate developer that offers up unrivaled living experiences in Dubai, UAE., Hussain has made billions of dollars. He has grown the company into one of the foremost luxury developers in the world. DAMAC has received a spread of awards over the years including Best PR Company, Best Developer Website, Best High-Rise Architecture (DAMAC Tower), Best International Mixed-Use Development (Park Towers), Best Interior Design Apartment (DAMAC Residences), Best Residential High-Rise Development (Al Jawharah), Best International Golf Development for AKOYA, Best International Residential High-Rise Architecture for DAMAC Heights / DAMAC Residenze, Best Golf Course Development for the Tiger Woods Design golf course at AKOYA Oxygen, Best Hotel Interior for Paramount Tower & Residences, and Top Real Estate Companies in the Arab World 2016 – Forbes Middle East.

As a philanthropist, Hussain believes that the children of the world are the future and that not a single one of them should be left behind to suffer. To back his belief up, he has donated AED two million to support the Emirates Red Crescent, a humanitarian organization that has helped millions of children receive needed clothing and warmth.

Hussain Sajwani lives with his loving wife and four children in Dubai.

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