Bhanu Choudhrie was born and raised in Delhi, India. He is a strategic investor and a philanthropist, always putting good into the world. As the founder of Alpha Aviation Group, he oversees his investments in various industries such as aviation, banking, healthcare, real estate, hospitality, and utilities. Part of his work involves incubating new companies and helping established ones achieve their growth targets.
Bhanu Choudhrie studied International Business and Marketing at Boston University and later joined Harvard Business School for the Owner Management Program. His education and leadership abilities have earned him the reputation of a successful investor in upcoming markets. Choudhrie is also part of various executive committees, such as the Customers Bancorp’s Executive and Risk Committees.
Choudhrie’s exposure to the business world began at a young age. His father and uncle ran a TV import-export business, and his family has invested in real estate for over three decades. He also had a great-grandfather in the banking sector. Under such mentorship, he quickly found his passion for entrepreneurship. However, Bhanu Choudhrie brought together all these aspects under one umbrella to expand his impact.
His life leading the Alpha Aviation Group usually involves a lot of meetings and calls. His typical day begins with watching the news to learn the new trends in the market. He arrives at his office at around 10 am for his meetings and leaves by 6 pm. He sometimes schedules lunch and dinner meetings with clients or partners but always ensures he does not go home to continue working.
Bhanu Choudhrie emphasizes rest and overall well-being as part of being a good entrepreneur. He always sets aside time for exercising at the gym and relaxing at home with a movie or book. He also encourages people to learn from their mistakes continually. As an experienced businessman, Choudhrie reveals that one can expect failure from time to time. However, when one uses them as a learning experience, one will not get discouraged to keep trying.
Choudhrie encourages young people to become flexible enough to adjust to unexpected circumstances. As a good leader, he takes time to analyze every emerging situation and doesn’t make rash decisions out of excitement.