Bhanu Choudhrie Taking The Legacy Of C&C Alpha Group
Bhanu Choudhrie is among those entrepreneurs who have successfully taken the legacy of their forefathers. Bhanu Choudhrie was born in June 1978 in New Delhi India to the business tycoon Sudhir Choudharie and his wife, Anita. He was born with a silver spoon in his mouth but never stood back or hesitated to work hard and expand the business empire that was built by his father.
Bhanu took international business and marketing as his main subject while doing his degree from the University of Boston. He also attended the Harvard Business School. Soon after his studies, he moved to the UK and joined his family business as an executive director of the C & C Alpha Group in 2001. Since then, the company has never looked back in terms of progress and advancements.
Investment planning and strategy is Bhanu Choudharie’s domain, and he takes a keen interest in the aviation, healthcare, and real estate business. The company held many hospitals and also served as a business advisory firm. After taking over the ancestral business, Bhanu Choudhrie took a keen interest in aviation and built a separate group for the purpose which provides the international pilot training. He also participates in charity programs. He is the director of “Path to Success” which aids disabled athletes from around the world.
Bhanu has proved himself as a great addition to his father’s company and has expanded the family business to a great extent. He is the co-founder of Megalith Capital Management and several other business ventures. Bhanu has always believed in expanding the business and touch the new heights of success.
Now, he looks forward to further expanding the business and taking it to the Middle East very soon. His company has an aviation school already functional in Sharjah. This school trains the pilots for Air Arabia. Most of the recruits for the airline are from his aviation school. According to an interview with Bhanu Choudhrie, 120 pilots in the airline are recruited every year. Apart from that, the aviation schools are training pilots for many other countries of the world.