Born in June 1978 in New Delhi, India, Bhanu Choudhrie forged his career as a capital investor, humanitarian, and architect of C&C Alpha Group. His management involves investing in realty, healthcare, aviation, banking, utilities, and hospitality markets. The strategies enforced by Choudhrie as the originator of C&C Alpha Aviation Group help spawn new companies and guide adult businesses to meet their desires.
As a student, Bhanu Choudhrie registered with Boston University, where he learnt International Business & Advertising. After graduating from Boston University, he was acknowledged into the Owner Management Program at Harvard Business School. Choudhrie is a passionate philanthropist and has been involved in numerous charitable activities. He is a member of the United Nations Global Compact, an initiative to promote corporate responsibility. Choudhrie serves as the Director for Path to Success, a group that helps underprivileged youth by providing them with education and career guidance.
Bhanu Choudhrie has also been honored with several awards for his work as an investor and entrepreneur. In 2016 he was bestowed with the Asian Voice Political & Public Life Award for his role in business and community services. Currently, Bhanu Choudhrie is a Managing Director at C&C Alpha Aviation Group.
Bhanu Choudhrie has also been actively involved in developing his homeland, India. He has invested millions of dollars in several businesses in India, including a hotel chain, real estate investments, and a healthcare venture. He also supports several educational initiatives, such as Path to Success, which helps underprivileged youth by providing them with education and career guidance.
Choudhrie is a passionate advocate for corporate responsibility and sustainability and has been involved in numerous charitable activities throughout his career. As part of his commitment to giving back to the community, Choudhrie established the Choudhrie Family Foundation, which works towards alleviating poverty and promoting education across India.