Innovation and flexibility help to make the mediocre great in business. Having a solid idea will only get you just so far. If an individual is not willing to go that extra step, take a risk, or push beyond their limits they may never know how much they could actually accomplish.
Bhanu Choudhrie respects and embraces hard work. He strives to inspire those around him. He is an entrepreneur, businessman, and philanthropist. He gives back to his community and continues to expand his knowledge everyday. He believes that everyone should keep learning new things to expand their minds and enhance their success.
Technology is an important facet for Bhanu Choudhrie. He says that keeping in touch with his team no matter where he is is an important part of maintaining his business. As founder of C&C Alpha Group Bhanu Choudhrie does a lot of traveling. This can sometimes make it difficult to keep in touch with his team.
He credits his business ethics and success to his time as an intern with JP Morgan and through his studies at the University of Boston. His family is another great source of inspiration for him. Entrepreneurship and business ownership runs throughout his family line. It was only natural that he would eventually forge out into that realm for himself.
After starting the C&C Group he soon found an unmet need in the field of aviation. The need for well trained pilots was not being met and was seriously calling short. Bhanu Choudhrie then started the Alpha Aviation Group in 2006 to train pilots and get them licensed.
He also has a proven record of growing businesses. One such venture was with Air Rescan in India. When he first acquired the company it only had one plane and limited flights only in India. In present day the company now offers more than 200 flights a day around the world.
Bhanu Choudhrie does offer advice for upcoming entrepreneurs. He says that they should avoid making rash, quick decisions. Especially when capital is involved, think things out before making a final choice. Also do not avoid failure. Failure is a learning opportunity. We can know what not to do so when faced with decisions we are more informed to make better ones.