Thursday, 14 November 2013

Bhanu Choudhrie as a Sports enthusiast

Mr. Bhanu Choudhrie is an Indian-born entrepreneur of global fame. He did his schooling in Delhi and successfully completed his Masters in International Business and Marketing from the University of Boston, United States. Since a fairly young age, he has had a keen interest in sports and was constantly encouraged to participate in sports events at school and college. He also represented his school at the regional level in athletics. Even today, in his free time, he enjoys playing golf, basketball, and horse riding.

Having been a keen sportsman in his youth, Mr. Bhanu Choudhrie thoroughly respects the spirit of sports while being a firm believer in the gaming essence. He believes that sports is the best way to learn the right balance between taking pride in your achievements and being modest while respecting fellow players. The true form and essence of a team spirit are realized through sports. The understanding of these philosophies adds to the crux of business as well and enables a person to be determined towards achieving his goals.

Sports enable a person to be competitive and even endure losses at times. It gives the person the ability to accept loss and reclaim his determination to achieve his objectives. Mr. Bhanu Choudhrie, as a keen sportsman, believes that sports enable an individual to combat the hindrances of competition and failures and to return with resilience.

Mr. Bhanu Choudhrie has progressively stamped his mark as an astute entrepreneur and investment banker. He was awarded the Entrepreneur of the Year at the Asian Voice Political and Public Life Awards in 2008. Later, he was appointed as the Non-Executive Director of the Board of Commonwealth Games, England. Furthermore, his image as a successful global entrepreneur and remarkable investment banker will provide the impetus to raise required funds and attract investments for the forthcoming 2014 and 2018 CWG.

He is earnestly looking forward to the Glasgow Commonwealth Games to be held in 2014. He said “The legacy left by the 2012 London Olympics needs to be carried forward to the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. This is the best time, as people are enthusiastic and euphoria has been built up by the Olympics in London.” He frames his agenda by prioritizing fund-raising for the upcoming Glasgow event and has devised a perfect strategy to direct expenditure accordingly, while also ensuring cash conservation.