Bhanu Choudhrie Investor

Some Business Insights From Bhanu Choudhrie

Bhanu Choudhrie is the proprietor of Alpha Aviation Group, a prominent family-run private equity firm with global commercial interests in the aviation, real estate, finance and hospitality, technology, healthcare, and utilities industries. Alpha Aviation Group was founded in 2002 in London and functions as a holding company for private investors who have participated in venture capital funding for more than three decades. The company has a history of incubating new businesses successfully. Bhanu Choudhrie recently provided some business insight to Luxury Showplace.

Which industries excite you the most over the next five years?

According to Bhanu Choudhrie, renewable energy is fascinating. What Elon Musk is doing with Tesla has the potential to transform the way energy and power are created, stored, and used. I would want to devote some time to this.

Residential real estate will provide some innovative possibilities. Shared living will become a big trend, particularly among young people who cannot afford to purchase or rent a home in the city yet do not want to live in the suburbs. Community habitats will provide an alternate way of life in which you simply pay for your accommodation while sharing the price of all other amenities.

WeLive is pioneering communal living spaces in the United States for young executives who are reluctant or unable to pay for an apartment. I’m sure this is a concept that will be adopted in the UK soon.

If the UK is facing tough economic times, where else do you think opportunities lie?

According to Bhanu Choudhrie, India is a promising market because of its youthful population, expanding economy, and innovative spirit. My family and I own a thriving hotel and hospitality company in India under the name Shanti Hospitality, so my links to that country run deep.

We work closely with both the Hyatt organization and the Marriott-owned Starwood Hotel group. We want to expand our already substantial presence in the hotel sector. More British businesses should make an effort to trade with India now that we are leaving the European Union. Since we speak the same language and there is still a great lot of goodwill toward Britain.