Originally, Bhanu Choudhrie hails from India, where he was born and raised. He, however, studied at Boston University and Harvard University as well. He holds a bachelor’s degree in International Business and Marketing. After graduating, he secured an internship at the JP Morgan based in the United States. He moved to London afterward, and in 2001 he co-founded the C &C Alpha Group. The company was a family business that dealt in real estate, hotels, and healthcare. It also had a keen interest majorly on the aviation sector that saw the thriving of the venture. Essentially, Bhanu and his team invested in companies that had the potential to thrive and become lucrative.
Bhanu Choudhrie stretched his arms to other countries such as the Philippines. The Alpha Aviation Group was the best of his triumphant investments that trained pilots. The flight school has top-notch facilities that instilled great knowledge to learners in the aviation industry. Many pilots graduated successfully from the institution, meeting the demand for the need of the professionals at the time. Additionally, Bhanu purchased another airline called the Deccan in 2003. Its location was in India, and the organization was not doing well. Within five years its growth was exponentially leading to 200 flights a day.
As an entrepreneur, Bhanu Choudhrie has continued to stretch his limits to the United Arab Emirates. Under his leadership, an aviation school under the AAG is operational at the Sharjah International Airport. He has also partnered with other companies such as Airbus and Boeing. Furthermore, he had a good rapport with Cebu Pacific, Philippines Airlines, Jet Airways, and Air Arabia. For this reason, the graduates get jobs at these top class airlines across the extensive world. Another notable business is the inception of the Vietnam hotels that are of world-class quality.
Bhanu Choudhrie has important pieces of advice to aspiring business owners globally. He urges them to have respect for hard work and money value since they are the key drivers to success. Further, they should surround themselves with people who strive hard to become the best. Comfort zones also derail a person’s ability to expand their boundaries. Thus, it is vital to go out and seek other essential opportunities for growth.