Sudhir Choudhrie is an ambitious entrepreneur interested in several diversified sectors, including diplomacy, politics, international commerce, and philanthropy. Mr. Sudhir Choudhrie’s career began right after completing his studies at the University of Delhi, where he pursued economics.
After completing his tertiary level studies, Mr. Choudhrie joined his grandfather in running a real estate firm in India. This opportunity earned him a great experience to start his own business in reselling UK televisions. In the mid-90s, Sudhir Choudhrie established the Adidas AG and the Adidas Indian Training in India. Due to the popularity of the companies, Mr. Choudhrie was able to expand the network to 180 stores, including other manufacturing facilities and more
In addition, Sudhir Choudhrie undertook an executive position at Ebookers PLC, an internet travel agency, serving as a non-executive director for approximately six years from 1999. Apart from being an entrepreneur, Mr. Choudhrie is an investor, having invested in some of the most successful companies in India and the UK, focusing on real estate, aviation, healthcare, utilities, banking, and hospitality.
Over the years, Sudhir Choudhrie has held a solid track record in philanthropy. He is currently involved with several non-profits focused on improving the healthcare systems and quality education in the US, UK, and India. Mr. Choudhrie’s notable efforts have been witnessed through his active participation with some of the most educative and medical institutions, including Green Templeton College and Columbia University Medical Center, respectively.
Sudhir Choudhrie’s interest and passion in improving and investing in healthcare and medical institutions emerged from his early years of personal health struggles. Growing up with a fatal heart genetic condition, Mr. Choudhrie understands some of the struggles that most people go through to access good healthcare services, particularly patients who require an organ transplant. Currently, Mr. Choudhrie is living in good health after receiving a successful heart transplant in 1999.