Hussain Sajwani: A Trustworthy Name In Real Estate In UAE

Hussain Sajwani, a UAE national, is a Chairman and founder of DAMAC Properties, a global property development company. He has graduated from the Washington University and then began his career as a Contracts Manager in GASCO.

After a short period, in 1982 he became entrepreneur by establishing his own catering venture. In the mid-90’s, he built numerous hotels to accommodate the growing invasion of people coming to UAE to do trade and business. In 2002, he established DAMAC, which has grown to be the largest development company in whole Middle East. Read more: Hussain Sajwani

Hussain Sajwani expertise in the field of development from sales, marketing, finance, legal, and administration is a key driver for the success of a company, and today he has numerous prestigious projects in global cities like Dubai, Doha, Jeddah, Riyadh, Abu Dhabi, Beirut, Amman, and London.

As a smart investor and businessman, he also has a proven track record of successful ventures in the global capital and equity markets.

DAMAC associated with glitzy property developments, eye-catching stunts for marketing (“a free Bentley with luxury apartment”) and, recently, stylish golf course projects with POTUS, Donald Trump. The food business is a subsidiary of DAMAC Group operations and functions both as a reminder of the first business expertise of Hussain Sajwani and of his capability to cultivate close friends in high places on a global scale.

DAMAC Properties is headquartered in Dubai and engages in the development of leisure, residential and also different famous commercial properties in Dubai and the Middle East. In Dubai,  Sajwani is eager to enhance the business relationship with real estate firm of Donald Trump, the Trump Organization.

Golf Course Dubai by The Trump International opened in February 2017 at Akoya residential development in DAMAC, and Golf Course designed by Tiger Woods is scheduled to open at a separate DAMAC development in 2018. Learn more about Hussain Sajwani: http://www.nbcnews.com/news/world/dubai-billionaire-hussein-sajwani-ready-do-more-deals-trumps-n695566 and http://www.hussainsajwani.com/

In a press conference, Trump praised Hussain Sajwani by calling him “a very, very, very astonishing man” who had offered him a US$2 billion deal for real estate in Dubai that Trump had to turn down due to some reason. Hussain Sajwani Family is also working in the food service business, attracting clients such as the U.S. military and Bechtel, a construction giant. He still owns the food service firm.

How Whitney Wolfe’s Bumble Dating App Came To Be

Whitney Wolfe’s dating app Bumble is one of its kind. It was built with the intention on being a feminist app, and Wolfe wanted to ensure that women got the chance to call the shots.

Whitney Wolfe had helped create Tinder, but after a falling out and even a lawsuit against the other co-founders, she ended up leaving that company and moved forward with her life. Whitney Wolfe was eventually approached by Andrey Andreev who is mainly a Russian investor based in London. He co-founded a social networking site that has more than 300 million users, Badoo. He wanted to work with her to get a piece of this huge industry.

Out of sure desire to give this market a taste of its own “misogyny”, she set out to create a new app like Bumble. She said her goal wasn’t in a sense to create revenge, but more so to solve a real issue in the dating world. The problem that women need to be the one and only person waiting in the wings as they wait on a guy to make the move. Not to mention the annoying men who start conversations negatively and heavily focused on hitting on a girl.

This app is focused on giving women the power. After two people swipe right on each other, the woman must respond first in order to keep the match going. Many people thought of the idea as strange or too feminist related, but in reality, it’s what the dating market needs. Guys think they could create interesting pickup lines to get girls, but that’s not how it should be. Women deserve to have the right to choose who they want to speak to even after they have made the choice to swipe right. Bumble is making big strides in the dating world.

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