Sudhir Choudhrie is a billionaire who currently resides in the United Kingdom. He built his $2 billion wealth by doing business and investing his money in various industries. After graduating from university, he immediately set up a business that focuses on retail. His first attempt was to sell TV sets and accessories purchased from the United Kingdom to the Indian government. This business setting became successful, and he was able to change the Indian television industry. Then, he started selling farm equipment to the farmers who live in the Soviet Union. It helped them with their farming needs, and it added more money into the wealth that he is building. Sudhir Choudhrie decided to establish a formal company after his short stint in becoming a salesman. He established the Magnum International Trading Company Ltd back in the year 1975, and he focused on the growing export market.
Through the years, the business that he established would grow stronger and more reliable. His son, Bhanu, also learned a lot from his father, and he became a successful businessman as well. Bhanu established the Alpha C&C Group, and he gave his father a position to become the company’s vice-chairman. Sudhir Choudhrie continues to manage the company and offers new ways of how it can end up becoming more successful. The business managed by the father and son tandem continues to gain more attention to the public as its value keeps on increasing. Many renowned business investors are also optimistic about the business, and they knew that it would be a great thing investing in the Alpha C&C Group to earn more.
Aside from managing their family business, Sudhir Choudhrie also served as a director for several airline companies. He was appointed as the director for the Deccan Aviation Ltd from 2007 to 2008 and served once again as a director for the Kingfisher Airlines from 2008 to the present. He also joined Ebookers back in 1999 to serve as their non-executive director. He left the company in 2005. Sudhir Choudhrie also served as an Honorary Consult to India by the Latvian government, from 1993 to 2004. Because of his life achievements, the former UK Prime Minister Theresa May awarded him the Asian Business Lifetime Achievement Year Award in 2013. Click here.