Sudhir Choudhrie was born in India and he is a successful entrepreneur, a philanthropist, and he also played an important role in politics and diplomacy. He is now living in London but he spent his early life in India. He had graduated from the University of Delhi. He started his own company called Magnum International Trading Company in 1975. The focus of the company was to find international clients and establish a good relationship with them for the growth of the company. The company advanced a lot in the upcoming years and Sudhir was very dedicated and worked actively for the development of the company.
Sudhir Choudhrie also started investing in many successful businesses later in his life. He invested his time and effort with Taj Resorts in building Taj Kerala and four other local resorts. The whole venture was a huge success. He also in 1995 launched Adidas Indian Trading Company and introduced the brand to India. He partnered up with Adidas AG to launch the company and he opened 180 stores in India to distribute the high-quality products to the customers. He invested in Air Deccan which was the first budget airline in India. The company grew unexpectedly and within 2008 was carrying 7 million passengers on a daily basis.
Sudhir Choudhrie joined C & C Alpha Group which was situated in London and he used his experience to develop the various subsidiaries of the company. He dealt with clients and helped in finding new clients and making strategic plans with them. The company grew very fast because of his hard work and dedication. He became a British national in the year 2010 and is now living there in London with his family.
Sudhir Choudhrie is a very influential blogger and his blogs are posted in HuffPost which is a popular American blogging site. His blogs are mostly related to business, politics, and heart patients. He had a heart transplant operation in the year 1999. He is also a philanthropist and he actively participates in many charitable programs. He contributed a lot to the welfare of the people in India, the UK, and the USA.