As the tenth richest Arab in Saudi Arabia, Hussain Sajwani, the DAMAC owner, is no stranger to the ins and outs of the business world but just how does he maintain such a powerful position and run a company like this without losing his composure? He recently sat down with Arabain Business to discuss what an average day in his life looks like and how he manages to keep it together while maintaining such an elite position in a middle eastern country. You’re probably wondering how he came to be in such an important role. Well, he realized from an early age that he had a knack for entrepreneurship and understood the important role that businesses play in our modern society. So, by the early 2000’s, Hussain Sajwani had become the DAMAC owner.
When speaking about the future of his company, he talked about how they have already created homes for over 20,000 residents throughout the Middle East and he is now looking to expand his business into other parts of the world as well. In an article from bezaat.com, Sajwani said that as the DAMAC owner, he believes that everyone in the company pulls their weight and that no single person is responsible for the success of the company. He mentioned that he believes social media to be one of the most powerful and effective tools of the modern age and he has said that he believes this to be one of the main reasons why his company has been so successful over the years.
One of the things he enjoys most about working at his company is to see the finished results of his work. Once they’ve completed a new skyscraper or residence, as he mentioned to Saudi Projects, he loves to be able to take a step back and admire his handiwork. When asked about whether or not he values education or experience more, he explained that the two concepts go hand in hand and, thus, he believes the two to be equal. He then mentioned that the room for advancement at the company is practically limitless and, as such, they welcome anyone who has an ample amount of ambition.
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