Hussain Sajwani Doesn’t Like Bigotry

Homogeneity is a slippery slope to bigotry. Bigotry results in closed mindedness, and the refusal of good ideas. Good ideas are needed to run a business smoothly. This is why Hussain Sajwani avoids homogeneity in the hiring practices of his company. People from dozens of countries work for his company. Both males and females work for the company, as well as people of various religions. Diversity encourages acceptance of good ideas, which is what Hussain Sajwani is going for. Also, in general, it creates a better a world when people are not discriminated against in the hiring process.

Hussain Sajwani, the man behind DAMAC, does not talk or think much about politics. He just looks at the present state of the world and decides which important changes to make to his organization. In this manner, he keep everything simple and easy. He doesn’t get inflamed or overly passionate about politics. He is wise to be like this because the political climate of the world is always changing, and people just keep spouting rhetoric like endless water faucets–alienating millions of other people in their path. Hussain Sajwani keeps his composure, takes on a reasonable viewpoint and does not do this. This is really the best approach to take, because he doesn’t come off as being a complete psycho, unlike many politicians, businessmen and people in the media.

Hussain Sajwani would also like to make DAMAC’s portfolio more diverse by bringing his business to the Far Eastern land of China.

In an interview with CNBC, he said that China is a wonderful place when it comes to making business plans. The place is experiencing an industrial revolution and is tremendously wealthy. It does not have the same face as the West, though it is just as successful as Western countries. There are still a lot of dirt-poor peasants and poor people in cities, but this is because of China’s unique, complex history. The country, itself, is a huge world power. Already, a lot of business is going on between China and the rest of the world. Surprisingly cheap goods can be purchased from China via the internet.

Extra sources:
https://www.crunchbase.com/person/hussain-sajwani
https://ideamensch.com/hussain-sajwani/

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