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Bhanu Choudhrie; The Ultimate Entrepreneur

Bhanu Choudhrie was born in Dehli and moved to London after attending college for International Business and Marketing. In 2001, he became the executive director of C&C Alpha Group Ltd. Bhanu did an internship with JP Morgan which influenced his decision to move to London. After his internship, he realized there were many ventures to be had in London.

Bhanu Choudhrie says he loves the versatility of working for C&C Alpha Group Ltd. He deals with ventures in hospitality, real estate, healthcare, restaurants and airline industries. He won Entrepreneur of the Year. The Moti Mahal Indian Restaurant won restaurant of the year which Choudhrie was a part of.

Choudhrie and 3 others invested in the small aviation company named Air Deccan. Their expectations for the company were high but they were not sure if it would succeed. The 4 of them took the company from having one plane to having 200 flights a day. The company was then sold to Kingfisher. Bhanu Choudhrie felt that aviation was a very interesting venture and enjoyed it very much.

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Investing in the website was risky says Bhanu Choudhrie, but turned out to be a very successful venture. Bhanu is also on the board of a bank in the U.S. He will be working with CEO Jay Sidhu of the New Century Bank. Choudhrie is looking forward to getting back into community banking.

Bhanu Choudhrie is very involved with charities and believes in the Hindu philosophy that the more you give, the more you get. His mother runs a charity called “Path to Success” and Bhanu is the director. He has also set up an art foundation to showcase Indian talents. There are very few museums and galleries in the UK so he plans to showcase local talent such as musicians and painters.

Choudhrie says the secret to his success is being able to work with business professionals on a day to day basis.

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The Villagers Take Action

LinkedIn writes that politicians must know by now that if they say no to a good cause, the citizens will do it anyway. This has been observed in numerous places. One place in particular, located in India, has gone above and beyond to raise money for their poor town for the purpose of trying to promote wealth. Nine villages in Haryana’s Sirsa district, India, have decided to build a bridge with their own funded money in order to promote prosperity.

They villagers of this district first went to the bureaucrats of the lands, who of course turned their interests down. This sparked a flame among the villagers. The politicians had denied them their requests to build a bridge over the Ghaggar river that would enable the residence to reach of towns with their farm produce in less time.

With this said, the villagers had become collecting money that would enable them to build a 250 ft bridge that would expand across the river. Despite being ignored by the Indian politicians, this local village has been able to take action. Since building the bridge however, no politician has ever bothered to visit the newly built bridge. To help with the construction of this bridge, the villagers even received the help of a contracted engineer who was hired by these very same politicians. Those in power should keep in mind the majority for the day when they are no longer in power.