Sudhir Choudhrie Enhancing Cardio-Vascular Treatment through Philanthropic Efforts
Sudhir Choudhrie, Alpha Corp Development Pvt Ltd Vice-Chairman, participates in diplomacy, politics, international commerce, and philanthropy. After receiving his education in India, Sudhir Choudhrie moved into the UK in 2010. He married Anita Choudhrie, and the couple has two kids, Dhairya and Bhanu. Before relocating to the UK, Sudhir Choudhrie founded Magnum International Trading Company Ltd, which focused on expanding the developing Indian export market in 1975.
Through his position within the Indian and British communities, he works out their strategic relations. In politics, he is the Indian adviser to the UK Liberal Democrats leader, a party Sudhir Choudhrie has supported for more than one decade. The London business icon worked with Oxford University to hold the annual Emerging Markets Conference. He currently helps the university through his membership at its Vice Chancellor’s Circle.
The Indian-raised business figure promotes and advocates for better education and improved health care through several charities within the UK, India, and the US. He currently works with Magnum International Trading, his firm, Executive Director, and Alpha Corp Development Pvt Ltd (ACDPL). Previously Sudhir had worked for Ebookers PLC as their Chairman. Together with Anita, his wife, Sudhir Choudhrie, established an Indian art collecting institution in 2008.
The organization, Stellar International Art Foundation. It has several monumental pieces within the over six hundred pieces they currently have. The Stellar held its first-ever exhibition in London, showcasing classic work done by artist M.F. Husain. Choudhrie supports the Liberal Democrat Party and has advocated for them for over ten years.
Tim Farron, leader of the Liberal Democrat Party, appointed Sudhir as party adviser on the relationships between Britain and India. Through the Choudhrie family effort, a foundation, Choudhrie Family Foundation, started in 2010. Their general objective was funding health, educational, and medical projects throughout numerous countries.
The Foundation has notably donated to cardio-vascular medicine research, with its target being to encourage individuals to become willing organ donors.