Hussain Sajwani Is The Brilliant CEO of DAMAC Properties

Hussain Sajwani, chairman, CEO and founder of the DAMAC Group, is the brilliant force behind DAMAC Properties. As one of the worlds top luxury real estate developers, the DAMAC Group has constructed over 17,900 homes and has a development portfolio of more than 44,000 units that are at various stages of planning and progress.

Sajwani has always made sound business decisions, and as a keen investor he always seems to know the right opportunities to jump on that will lead to profit. He founded his own investment company, DICO Investments Co LLC., which focuses mainly on mergers, private equities, and acquisitions, and holds minority and majority holdings in numerous publicly traded companies.

Hussain Sajwani has been working with Donald Trump and The Trump Organization for years now. Their business connection is centered around the golf courses that The Trump Organization maintains and manages for DAMAC Properties.

Donald Trump’s sons Eric and Donald Trump jr. also work with Sajwani, and recently they were both guests at the inauguration of the Trump International Golf Club Dubai at DAMAC Hills. This 7,205-yard, par-71 course has been made available to the residents of a 42-million square foot DAMAC Hills master development golf course community.

When asked for a comment, The Damac owner said that “Over the past three years, DAMAC has worked tirelessly and closely with The Trump Organization, the premier world-class golf course operator, and Eric Trump, in order to deliver such an astounding project offering for golfing enthusiasts.” Sajwani and Trump plan on continuing their business partnership and look forward to creating more profitable situations.

Hussain Sajwani is a philanthropist who loves to give as much as he can to those in need. He has donated millions of dollars to numerous charitable causes, and one of those that is dearest to his heart is the Emirates Red Crescent organization.

By donating AED 2 million, he was a part of clothing a million disadvantaged children who had been struck the hardest by harsh weather conditions. He also donated $272,000 to the “Yemen We Care” campaign, which went directly to help millions of Yemeni refugees with basic healthcare and education.

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Whitney Wolfe’s Bumble Standing Tall For Women

Bumble is the most popular dating app in today’s generation for numerous reasons. One of them being that the app is growing and reaching out to more people.

It’s the less-sleazy version of Tinder; not to mention the first of its kind that favors the role of women in dating. Gone are the days when women needed to be approached and men had to initiate. This app takes that away and mixes it up.

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When a lady swipes right on a guy and the guy swipes right back, the way to keep the match is for the guy to wait on a message from the girl. If she doesn’t respond, the match is gone after 24 hours. If a girl has sent a message but the guy doesn’t respond within 24 hours, then it is gone as well. The app is meant to be a way for women to stand tall and be encouraged to make the right and be the one in control. It’s such a fun app that Whitney Wolfe felt was needed for this generation.

Millions of matches have already been made, and countless conversations take place every single day between all sexual identities. Whitney Wolfe has long been a woman of encouragement for other girls. Creating a social network a couple years before before Bumble was formed to give young girls a place to encourage one another and build each other up. Today, her dating app Bumble is paving the way for women to stand up again inhibitions and be a place where they can take a stand as the one who makes decisions.

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