Bhanu Choudhrie is a renowned investor, entrepreneur, and business owner, who focuses on emerging Asian markets. After completing a degree in international business and marketing at the University of Boston, he founded the C&C Alpha Group, where he holds the executive director position.
The success of C&C Alpha Group over the years is attributed to his business knowledge, funding, and leadership skills. Today, the company owns Alpha Aviation Academy, which offers in-depth training to aspiring pilots. In addition, Bhanu Choudhrie is the Megalith Financial Acquisition Corporation and Path to Success director. He is also a member of the Atlantic Coast Financial Corporation and Customers Bank board of directors. His entrepreneurial endeavors earned him the Entrepreneur of the Year award in 2008.
As an entrepreneur, Bhanu Choudhrie focuses on supporting children to achieve their dreams. One of his philanthropic activities is serving as the director of Path to Success (PTS). PTS was founded in 2005 by his mother, Anita Choudhrie, to offer educational opportunities to children and people living with disabilities.
Today, PTS is known for its outstanding record in transforming the lives of many in India and the U.K. Since its establishment, Path to Success has initiated several life-changing and inspiring projects, such as Path to Tokyo 2020, Action for Kids, Amar Jyoti Trust, London Titans, World Crisis, KidOut, and I-CAN.
The most popular subsidiary of C&C Alpha Group is Alpha Aviation Group Limited (AAG), which Bhanu Choudhrie founded in 2005 because of his passion for flying. The Alpha Aviation Group has since grown to become a leader in commercial airline pilot training.
It also prides itself on training pilots who have helped expand commercial airline operations in South Asia and the Middle East. As the executive director of C&C Alpha Group, he has overseen projects like sponsoring the annual Oxford’s Templeton Green College’s Emerging Markets Symposium (EMS), which helps improve the lives of people, particularly in developing countries. Bhanu Choudhrie’s: Twitter.