Featured in CNN Money, Inc. magazine and Yahoo Finance, Hussain Manjee is an accomplished entrepreneur whose strategic approach and business acumen has propelled DHD Films from a start-up to a thriving business. Hussain thoughtfully charts the vision and growth strategy of the company, while managing a team of creative artists.

DHD Films was honored by the US Chamber of Commerce as one of the Top 7 Small Businesses in America in 2017. Hussain earned his MBA from America's most preeminent entrepreneurship program at Babson College and is an alum of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Business program.

The Dallas Business Journal has recognized Hussain with two honors; The 40 Under 40 Award and a Minority Business Leader Award. As a committed servant leader, Hussain is devoted to community involvement and service. He serves on the Board of Directors for the Dallas Regional Chamber and the Irving/Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce.

Hussain's passion and dedicated service have afforded him multiple opportunities to discuss President Obama's economic priorities at the White House with senior administration personnel.

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The Power of Film

As third generation filmmakers, Texas-based brothers Shezad and Hussain Manjee have always been passionate about the power of storytelling. A few years ago, they teamed up when Hussain, a Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses and Babson College alumnus, saw the opportunity to scale up his brother’s film company, DHD Films, and together they built up a successful company in Dallas, TX. When COVID came, however, they had to think creatively in order to sustain their business, and they quickly developed systems for contactless filming that have allowed them to continue their work. Listen to learn more about the lives, learnings, and business of Shezad and Hussain Manjee! “Anything is possible as long as we can make dreams come true for other people. And, I think at the end of the day, that's the business we're in… we're making dreams come true for businesses, for enterprise, for nonprofits, for our team and, I wouldn't have it any other way.”