Bhanu Choudhrie was born in Delhi India in 1978, but studied at the University of Boston. After completing his studies in International Business and Marketing, Bhanu relocated to London. In 2001, he took the position of the C&C Alpha Group Ltd’s executive director. The company has interests in different investment portfolios including elderly care homes in the United Kingdom. Additionally, C&C Alpha Groups Ltd invests in luxurious spa hotels in Mauritius and India. During the Asian Voice Political and Public Life Awards held in 2008, Bhanu Choudhrie emerged as the top Entrepreneur of the Year.
According to Bhanu Choudhrie, studying in the United States and doing an internship at JP Morgan, one of the reputable banking institutions in the region, was a great experience. However, Bhanu Choudhrie opted to relocate to London because of the availability of upcoming ventures and businesses hence more working opportunities. The award-winning entrepreneur admits that his recognition as the best entrepreneur in 2008 Asian Awards came as a surprise to him but motivation to many young entrepreneurs. Visit Bhanu Choudhrie on facebook to learn more about his platform.
As the director of C&C Alpha Group, Bhanu notes that the family business has opened different opportunities to interact with different people. Although the company has interests in various ventures, the executive director points out that he enjoys every part of it. From meeting different people in the healthcare business in the UK to a fantastic experience in the hotel business, Bhanu admits that he does not have any personal investment interests. One of his most significant experiences in C&C Alpha Group took place in Bury during a healthcare opening ceremony in Bury. Interacting with patients, healthcare assistants, and Doctors motivated after realizing how the company touches the lives of many people.
Bhanu Choudhrie notes that being part of success in the family business is one of the many best experiences in his career. He gives an example of The Moti Mahal Indian Restaurant in Covent Garden’s scooping the best Restaurant of the Year Award in 2010 held by Asian Voice Political and Public Life. Another major success story was the 2003 investment in Air Deccan, India that started with one plane but within five years, the airline made 200 flights daily serving seven million passengers among others. However, C&C Alpha Group sold the airline to Kingfisher in 2008.