In the hearts of London is an outstanding entrepreneur Sudhir Choudhrie. His interests in hospitality, healthcare, and aviation have made him thrive in business as an entrepreneur. He was diagnosed with a chronic infection at an early age. However, this didn’t hinder him from impacting the lives of those around him. Sudhir Choudhrie is 71 years old and was born in 1949 in India. He is a determined pioneer in health care through the promotion of organ donations. Similarly, he is the longest survivor of heart transplant recipients.
Sudhir Choudhrie is a graduate in Economics and founder of Magnum Trading Company Limited in London. His partnership and collaborations with Air Deccan and Taj Hotels were industrious through the inception of four known resorts in India. Besides, he was the director at Ebookers PLC and contributed to creating worldly known Adidas brands. Post undergoing transplant, he dedicated to contributing positively towards organ donors and recipient, this action led to the foundation of Choudhrie Family Foundation in London. The efforts have been impactful in forums like the #Organs Will Campaign.
An initiative towards obtaining new organ donors and saving about 500 000 lives, donation earning a library by Choudhrie name at The University of Oxford, supporting Green Templeton College and Columbia University Medical Centre. It also attained an achievement award in 2013 as Asian Business Lifetime. Besides his entrepreneurial skills, he deemed with writing skills. Sudhir Choudhrie is the author of bestselling, From My Heart: A Tale of Life, Love, and Destiny,’ where he ignites an array toward healthy lifestyles. He also extends his support towards upcoming companies in realizing their full potentials and curbing both internal and external factors that might affect the growth of the business. This aspect has contributed to economic growth and job availability among the residences.