The Leadership and Entrepreneurial Skills of Hussain Sajwani


Receiving awards as a leader is a sign that we are excellent in whatever we engage in. Getting these awards is an indication that we are skillful in whatever we do. Being a leader comes with a lot of challenges. How one moves through the obstacles to achieve the desired success will determine much. The awards that Hussain Sajwani has to receive while at the position of being the leader shows tremendous success.

Hussain Sajwani is a successful businessman who resides in the UAE. Although he is a native of the United Arab Emirates, he has attended the University of Washington. From this university, he was able to earn two bachelor’s degrees. One in industrial engineering and the other in economics.

At the beginning of his career, he joined GASCO, an oil company in the UAE as a Contracts Manager.

He later on decided to venture into the catering business. This proved to be successful as it has grown to be a significant investment. The catering venture serves about 200 projects across different regions. It is serving more than 150000 meals in a day.

Hussain Sajwani later advanced to developing hotels that accommodated the business people that came to the region. he, later on, decided to found the DAMAC Group. He is both the chief executive officer and the and the chairman. The DAMAC Group is involved in the food catering, investing, hospitality and development of luxurious real estate properties.

The DAMAC owner has led the company to the development of real estate that is worth more than $1 billion. In his ventures, he has been able to partner with other people and companies. He has had several meetings with Donald Trump, US president. The DAMAC owner and the Trump Organization have developed a golf course on the outside the capital of Dubai. The given golf course was designed by Tiger Woods and is managed by the Trump Organization.

The DAMAC owner is also a philanthropic individual. His activities have touched the lives of other people. He has been donating to charitable organizations. He wrote a cheques worth AED two million purposed for the disadvantaged children.