There is a lot of good news and information exchanged during a conversation held by Hussain Sajwani and Hadley Gamble. The occasion for this meeting of the minds is the World Economic Forum in regards to the year 2018. Gamble represents CNBC during the interview, and he manages to gleam some very interesting matters of fact from DAMAC’s Founder and Chairman, Sajwani.
Perhaps, the current events surrounding the conversation have something to do with its quality and value. Subjects range from Hussain Sajwani having deals with the businessman Donald Trump to the many ways politics can affect brand recognition. As the leader of DAMAC, Hussain expresses perfect diplomacy on the subject, and he states that all is well when it comes to the properties constructed from the affiliation.
Truth be told, he regards the golf course erected by Trump’s organization to be one of the best in the world. It is only one of the best on planet Earth because he expects a second one to be build to the same standards in the foreseeable future. These golf courses, as business ventures, are indicative of things to come for Hussain Sajwani.
Long story short, his projected sales are up in the years to come. In fact, things are looking so up that he does not mind entertaining the thought of selling just a small piece of his company’s stake for the sake of creating a stream of cash flow. Of course, that particular idea depends on market trends and global economic growth.
He sees stable and steady growth in the Dubai market, with rising percentages that other nations can only dream about. With such growth, Sajwani looks to the United Kingdom as well as the United States for fields to sew new seeds of investment. As he is a billionaire and entrepreneur, there are literally countless potential investment opportunities from which he can turn a profit.