Sudhir Choudhrie Featured on the Boss Magazine
Sudhir Choudhrie, born and studied in India, is a very prominent businessman based in the UK. He became a British citizen back in 2010 and led in his entrepreneurship career in politics, International commerce, philanthropy, and diplomacy. Sudhir Choudhrie is a family man, married to Anita and a father of two children Bhanu Choudhrie and Dhairya Choudhrie.
Mr. Sudhir began his journey in entrepreneurship in India in 1975, where he founded Magnum International Trading Company. The company aimed to raise the growth in the research and development of export markets in India.
He later, in 1995, partnered in a project with Taj Hotels Resorts, which advanced to Taj Kerala, which is a group of four attractive local resorts. Sudhir has been recognized throughout his business profession to ensure growth in all companies he invests in, facilitating agent tactical partnerships and investments on the cross border.
Sudhir Choudhrie founded Adidas Indian Trading in partnership with Adidas AG in 1995. He introduced the brand in India that created a network of 180 stores devoted to formal art, industrial services. They departed later in 2006. Sudhir was also working as a non-Executive Director of Ebookers PLC from 1999 to 2005, an agency spearheading internet travel search. Sudhir also invested in India’s first budget airline known as Air Deccan, which consisted of only one plane. This was back in 2003, but five years later, the airline had developed to transporting seven million passengers a year, having 200 flights in a day.
Due to his significant experience in the business industry, Sudhir Choudhrie has developed different companies as a visionary, including C&C Alpha Group, based in London. Sudhir has succeeded in growing the group’s banking, aviation, real estate, hospitality, aviation, healthcare, and many others. The most recognized and one of his achievements is the growth of Alpha Hospitals which are Uk based, Alpha Aviation Group, a training airline for pilots in the Middle East and the Philippines.