Billionaire Hussain Sajwani came to America with the goal of pursuing an education and exploring employment opportunities. Forbes named The United Arab Emirates-born DAMAC owner as the fourth richest Arab in 2018 with $4.1 billion in net worth. He attended the University of Washington in the US earning a bachelor’s degree in economics and industrial engineering. Several years after completing his education, Hussain started an ancillary services company, today known as Global Logistics Service. In Dubai, the largest city in UAE holds over 35 percent of the population in the Emirates and has great opportunities for the next generation.
Hussain Sajwani faithfully supports the One Million Arab Coders Program to introduce young people to different technologies. As technology rapidly created existence in the world, it is constantly building a path for tech opportunities and international prosperity
. His vision for generations around the globe is to equip them with knowledge and training hoping they connect with corporate leaders and lawmakers. Whether there are needs for adopting new policies, changing or aborting laws, and promoting world peace, he wants young adults to take part as members in the global system. With technology development and advancement and access to emerging technology, the DAMAC owner believes whatever problems come to the surface won’t create barriers.
According to Wikipedia, Dubai is ` and safest cities in the world. It is the business centre in the Middle East and a popular tourist attraction for millions of people worldwide. Hussain contributed to the city’s economy by building glamorous hotels in 1995. His expertise in investments, finance, business law, and real estate prepared him to become a successful investor and to support the communities in UAE.
Sajwani found DAMAC, a development property management company nine years after starting Global Logistics Service. He’s known for creating luxury apartments and villas with interior designs and styles by Versace, Fendi and Bugatti. Hussain received the 2017 CEO Middle East Award ranking number 15 on Hotelier Power 50. For the same year, he received an award as the Property CEO of the Year.