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Mirror Mirror…

Sudhir Choudhrie is a well-known businessman and philanthropist. Originally an Indian national, he moved to Britain and became a citizen in 2010. Choudhrie is well known as a business mogul for his various enterprises that Sudhir Choudhrie has managed to start and run successfully. His company Magnum International Trading Company Ltd was his first business venture founded in 1975.

In the years that followed, Sudhir Choudhrie was involved in several business ventures. In 1995, he started Adidas Indian Trading, a venture that grew to have 180 stores spread across India. He became among India’s budget line first investors. At the time he was investing, the company had a single plane. However, the situation had changed entirely within five years as the airline was already carrying over a million passengers on multiple flights.

Sudhir Choudhrie has an eye for business opportunities and is recognized as one of the greatest business minds of the 21st century. Several of the companies he has been involved with have expanded in their markets. Choudhrie uses his experience spanning decades to nurture businesses across different sectors, including banking, real estate, and energy. Sudhir Choudhrie is keen on leveraging his broad knowledge to help other businesses identify and fix fatal flaws that can hinder the course of the businesses. Choudhrie’s experience in the running has helped him understand how companies are run, how they can grow, and how they can adapt to meet the needs of their clients.

Despite his success as a businessman, Sudhir Choudhrie has overcome several obstacles in his life. The primary concern was his health after being diagnosed with a heart defect that made the heart skip some beats. The condition caused massive damage to the heart, and in 1999, he had to undergo an emergency heart transplant to save his life. The transplant was a success, and 20 years later, Choudhrie is still very healthy. As part of thanking the community that saved his life, he started the Choudhrie Family Foundation, which he uses to support courses related to research and medical cure to genetic cardiomyopathy.