Bhanu Choudhrie has gained recognition over the years because of the success that he has amassed as an entrepreneur. He hails from Delhi. Before moving to London, he had enrolled at the University of Boston where he got a degree in International Business and Marketing. Over the years, Bhanu Choudhrie has worked in various corporations including the Alpha Group. He was the executive director of the company since 2001. During his tenure, the C&C Alpha Group, Bhanu Choudhrie made sure that the company had diversified its investment portfolio. The firm had established various luxurious hotels in Mauritius and India as well as car homes in the United Kingdom.
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In a recent interview, Choudhrie was able to talk about the investments that the C&C Alpha Group has made over the years. As the interview progressed, Bhanu Choudhrie talked about his role at JP Morgan in 1999. While in the U.S., he served as an intern within the company. Later on, he noticed that London was filled with a lot of potential in terms of investment opportunities.
Since Bhanu Choudhrie was born in India, he was honored with the Asian Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2008. Over the years, he has also met many people while also focusing on his business endeavors. The C&C Alpha Group is also a family-owned entity. The firm has invested in many areas including hotels, healthcare, and restaurants. According to Choudhrie, the real estate sector is also enticing. While in the hospitality sector, you also get to meet many different people.
While in the United Kingdom, Choudhrie has met many individuals including care assistants and doctors. He has met such individuals in occasions such as the launch of a healthcare center in Bury. The C&C Alpha Group is responsible for the launching of the Moti Mahal Indian Restaurant among others. Some of these restaurants have won many prestigious awards over the years. One of the riskiest ventures that C&C Alpha Group has invested in is the purchase of the Air Deccan airline in India. At the time of the acquisition, the airline only had one plane. Before selling it to Kingfisher in 2008, the airline had grown profoundly.