Hussain Sajwani is one of the enlightened business leaders who has faith in the diversity way of life. He should be put on a pedestal, along with Merkel, Obama and whoever else. If there was someone who CEO Hussain Sajwani should not be compared to, it is Ghandi, surprisingly. Ghandi technically expressed an exclusionary attitude by saying that “India is for Indians.” For Hussain Sajwani, his company, DAMAC, isn’t just for one group of people—it is for everyone. In fact, 77 different nationalities call the company their home. The goal is to have a positive attitude toward all humans and to show diplomacy.
Another way that real estate mogul Hussain Sajwani wants to help diplomacy is to get involved with China. China is a very, very viable option because of the fact that it is such a huge place full of opportunity. There has already been tons of development in the Far East Asian country, though there are still plenty of opportunities. China is a great place to do real estate business. It is also a great place to start to think about making more diplomatic relations. A lot of Chinese people live in poor conditions. There are many people who live more rural, traditional lifestyles. In contrast, there are also many poorer Chinese who live jammed into cities. However, middle classes are forming and there is a lot of consumerism. The Chinese people are now deeply entrenched in consumerism and globalism, due to their industrialization and their new-found wages.
Hussain Sajwani has gone a very long way from being the son of a local store owner in Dubai to being a real estate business who is looking to expand into the country of China. He took a short sabbatical in America as a college student. The University of Washington was where he studied and earned his college degree. It is without a doubt that his time as a student abroad pro-actively added to his perspective of what to do in business.