Bhanu Choudhrie, A successful Serial Entrepreneur

Bhanu Choudhrie is a serial British-Indian entrepreneur and investor with global investments in aviation, real estate, banking, hospitality, and healthcare. He was born in India but later moved to London with his parents. He developed a passion for business during his childhood and learned valuable lessons from his father, a renowned London businessman interested in retail, aviation, hospitality, healthcare, and media.

Bhanu earned a degree in international business and marketing at Boston University. He also enrolled at Harvard Business to pursue a management program. Bhanu learned useful ideas in school that continue to help him achieve business success.

Bhanu Choudhrie has built his career as the founder and executive director of C & C Alpha Group. Bhanu’s career began at JPMorgan Chase &Co., where he worked as an intern. During his internship program, he learned about many business opportunities in London. In 2002, Bhanu Choudhrie joined the investment sector and ventured into business.

He established C & C Alpha Group, a London-based private investment strategy company. Through his leadership, Alpha Group has built a strong international presence in different sectors, including aviation, hospitality, and real estate. The company offers consulting and advisory services to venture capital investors. Alpha Group has gained a reputation for helping businesses thrive and maximize profitability by developing solutions and identifying emerging markets worldwide.

Alpha Aviation Group, a subsidiary of Alpha Group, provides cost-effective and extensive training in the aviation industry. With extensive expertise in investing in the hospitality industry, Bhanu Choudhrie has a unique talent for choosing promising aviation investments.

Founded in 2006, Alpha Aviation Group has brought innovation in aviation training by investing in flight simulators to help pilots stay up to date. Alpha Aviation Group’s training approach improves safety standards and reduces training costs by exposing pilots to jets early enough during training.