Hussain Sajwani: Looking To Expand The DAMAC Empire

Hussain Sajwani has become one of the top ten richest Arab men in his nation and he has accomplished this by working as a team with his highly diverse staff. Part of the reason that DAMAC works so well is the fact that Mr. Sajwani has staff members from over 77 different nationalities working within his organization and they all are encouraged to voice their opinion or provide input into the various projects that DAMAC handles.

DAMAC is a property management and building firm that has been quite successful since it’s inception. DAMAC has built over 20,000 properties, a lofty goal that few property building companies have delivered on in the Middle East. Now, Hussain Sajwani is looking to expand his empire into the Chinese residential building market. According to Watanserb, Mr. Sajwani has been watching the population growth in China and realized that middle class families continue to be on the rise and expansion into China seemed like a natural progression.

Of course, the success at DAMAC could not be accomplished without Mr. Sajwani’s faith in the competence of his staff. As stated before, any staff member may contribute an idea or opinion to the growth of DAMAC. Also, Hussain values continued education and a healthy lifestyle as important factors into running a successful company. Mr. Sajwani runs the company without any political influence from within or outside the company. If needed, Mr. Sajwani will make adjustments as neccessary in the company if political laws have changed in regards to the business practices.

DAMAC is slated to become a large supplier of housing across multiple countries and Mr. Hussain realized that one thing that needed to be done for company growth was to take the company public. This required complete transparency on the part on DAMAC and it’s entire staff in regards to the inner workings of the company. Now that the company is traded and made visible on a public stage, there is no stopping Hussain Sajwani and DAMAC from becoming one of the biggest building and property managers in the world.

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