is known for its skyscrapers and the beautiful buildings, but it was not always so. In the past two decades, Dubai has become one of the leading property markets, and its demand has increased to a great level. One of the leading property companies is a DAMAC properties that is the largest property companies in the Middle East. The reason for the growth of the company is due to the vision of its owner and current chairman Hussain Sajwani. He has managed to identify the need of the industry and offered exactly what the people are looking for. He also ensures that the customers of the company are able to get the best service possible.
DAMAC Owner Hussain Sajwani was not always in the property industry. He grew up in a middle-class family that owned a small family business. During his school days, he used to help his parents and his brother to run the business. After DAMAC owner went to study in the US, he always wanted to start his own business. He began by selling time-share apartments to people. The money he earned from it was later used as the capital for his catering business that he started after he completed his graduation. It was later that he saw potential in the property market in the UAE and decided to start there. In an article published at Saudi Projects, he said that he started with developing small hotels first and then moved to build high rises in Dubai. Soon, his company took off and became one of the top property development companies that can be attributed to developing Dubai as a popular investment market.
Apart from running the property business, DAMAC owner Hussain Sajwani also believes in working for the future of the younger generation. Recently he became part of the One Million Arab Coders initiative by the UAE government. The initiative will allow providing the participants with the skills and the capabilities of coders to develop software. Since the youth today are the future of the country, it is essential that they are imparted with skills that are in high demand today. Hussain Sajwani has contributed to the initiative through its DAMAC Foundation.
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