Hussain Sajwani is one of the world’s most leading real estate moguls and overall businessmen. His stupendous business deals have led to him becoming the CEO of the United Arab Emirates and have spurred on monumental deals with the likes of people like Donald Trump. Looking at his pedigree and background is an astonishing way to understand the success he has harbored and how that success might grow to improve the Mideast and the UAE. Fortunately, his success has allowed a vast majority of companies to blossom into extremely successful multi-billion dollar businesses.
An American Education
Baking the typical barriers of studying within one’s own country, Hussain Sajwani actually traveled to the United States in order to study for his undergraduate degree at the prestigious University of Washington. It’s at the University of Washington in which Sajwani would achieve a bachelor’s degree in economics and set himself up for his future success. To this day, he attributes the knowledge gathered at the University of Washington as something that helped guide him towards making extremely important and influential business decisions that would change the course of his fate.
This staggering feat is partially credited towards the immense worth that he could grow DAMAC into being. While the company is currently worth, around 4 billion, Sajwani’s large ownership of shares of the company has allowed him to skyrocket as a successful businessman within the Arab community.
Real Estate Done Right
One of his finest talents his ability to know how to take a piece of property and pitch it towards potential buyers to be developed into multi-million dollar pieces of land, developed to greatness. Perhaps his finest real estate developing relationship came in the form of Donald Trump. Trump would end up developing property in the United Arab Emirates in conjunction with Sajwani. This would help Sajwani to grow a much larger international presence and establish strong relations with the United States. This very much is useful in the present as Donald Trump is the President of the United States, and Sajwani is now the CEO of the United Arab Emirates.