Daily Life and Interests
In a recent interview with Ideamensch Bhanu Choudhrie sat down with a reporter to answer a series of questions about his success as an entrepreneur, investor, and his philanthropic works. During his conversation, he spoke freely about his current interests, his normal daily routine of work, as well as his present interests in the international market and business interests.
Origin of Business Ideas
Mr. Choudhrie came from a rich history of business making in his family. Both his father and Uncle were successful business people who had started a television import company in the 1970s. His father and grandfather were real estate businessmen also from the 70s. and 80s. He was fortunate to have had a grandfather who was a chairman of a leading bank in India called Punjab National Bank of India. These experiences and close family ties made it very natural for him to acclimate toward a career in business and make his headway there. OF course, he also had other interests of his own besides what he learned from his family, which he pursued. Learn More about Bhanu Choudhrie at prabook.com
Bhanu Choudhrie’s Typical Day
A typical day would mean starting his day around 6:30 AM, which requires answering his email accounts and equally as well keeping up with the news. Certain TV channels are important to keep up with his different business interests such as CNN and Bloomberg and if accessible the Indian equivalents for investing. Bhanu Choudhrie has keen interests in global finance and reaps many benefits in learning new strategies for business through exposure to what is currently taking place.
Bhanu Choudhrie is a native to New Delhi, India and born in 1978. Know for strategic investments in many industries as healthcare, hotels, utilities, hospitality, and banking, Bhanu Choudhrie founded C&C Alpha Group(2001) as a way upstarts could begin their business as well as encourage older businesses to reach new objectives.
Bhanu Choudhrie studied International Business and Marketing at Boston University and afterward attended the Owner Management Program at Harvard Business School. After Harvard Business School he returned home to begin and develop his new business ideas.