Hussain Sajwani, an Emirati Entrepreneur

Hussain Sajwani is a Dubai born Emirati national and one of the region’s premier bussinesmen. His entrepreneurial spirit led him to establish a catering business that quickly rose to prominence. It quickly became a success by partnering with the US military and other large consumers. Not stopping there, Hussain Sajwani went on to make a fortune in real estate by establishing DAMAC Properties. Read more: Meet Our Board | DAMAC Properties

Specializing in expensive real estate such as hotels, golf courses and luxury apartments, DAMAC Properties has played an important part in the Emirati and world markets.

As the founder, Hussain Sajwani saw the opportunity in Arab Gulf real estate just as it was seeing its rise and also anticipated the dangers of the economic downturn of this century in time to prepare for it. Learn more about Hussain Sajwani Family:

As chairman and CEO of DAMAC Properties, Hussain Sajwani increased the reach of his company throughout the Arab Gulf, Middle East and all over the world. This was in part done by cultivating relationships with important people.

One such important relationship is with current American president Donald Trump. Before Mr. Trump’s foray into the political arena, he and Mr. Sajwani have cooperated in the Trump International Golf Club and in other business ventures.

Their collaboration saw the establishment of two golf courses in the United Arab Emirates. This relationship, however, is not simply business. Both men are friends and personally host and entertain one another at their homes.

With Donald Trump’s assumption of the presidency, Hussain Sajwani and DAMAC Properties are expected to maintain a good working relationship with the Trump business enterprise.

Through all this success, Hussain Sajwani has not lost his concern for the world and connection with his beginnings. Mr. Sajwani has been generous to various charities particularly ones that focus on raising the standard of living globally. For example, in the Islamic month of Ramadan, Hussain Sajwani contributed two million AED to clothe needy and deprived children.

Sawyer Howitt: The Newest Boy Wonder

Usually as high school seniors, the most a teenager might have to show could be their brand new car or their impenetrable friend circle. However, at the ripe age of 17 years old, Portland, Oregon native Sawyer Howitt is not just being noticed as a strong prospect in the financial and business field. Crown Point NY is calling the talent a “racquetball star”.

Howitt began his racquetball career at the high school level, where he honed his skills and built his rank, going on to compete as a member of The Racquet Club in Portland. He competed as well in the Oregon High School State Championships, where he first established much of his presence. Howitt has drawn recognition from many different newsletters and blog pages, The Notebook of Dreams blog page recognizing him as “one of the most promising members of the Racquet Club in Portland”.