Two Markets for Bhanu Choudhrie Affected by the Pandemic

Bhanu Choudhrie is one of the most well-established businesspeople in the world today. He also launched the C & C Alpha Group, a private equity company, and was always on the cutting edge of high-stakes investments, primarily in emerging markets. This firm created a strong international relationship and presence. It has also played a very important role in different categories of niches by expanding them across different markets. This firm has been working in niches like aviation, real estate, healthcare, and hospitality. Most businesses were affected after the pandemic struck. Even businesses with leaders who had the ability to adapt to any change, this lock-down affected all of them economically.

Hospitality and Aviation were the two markets for Bhanu Choudhrie that were affected and still they are suffering from the negative effects caused by the pandemic. But this businessman has a positive view about all this, and he sees a great opportunity for reinvention. Every negative effect comes along with the positive side, and this will remain to be true no matter the market affected. Being a successful venture Capitalist, Bhanu Choudhrie believes in creating partnerships for long-term. This trend means to invest in companies that are still in the incubating stage and helping them grow rather than making quick exits in partnership.

One of the firms that Bhanu Choudhrie has partnered with for a long term of 14 years before it was sold out to Cygnet Health Care is Alpha Hospitals. This health care system provides specialized services, primarily in the field of mental health. Alpha Group is always keen on partnering with other firms. They always want to know the main aim of doing business with them because the group knows very well the time and energy they have to invest in any operations. Bhanu Choudhrie started the Alpha Aviation Group, which is for training cadets. When the pandemic occurred, the Alpha Aviation Group digitized and started offering the training online.

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