Chris Burch is known as a serial entrepreneur because whenever he’s run one business long enough, he’s moved on to starting another. He currently spends most of his time investing in business ideas through Burch Creative Capital which he calls an incubator for people to bring out their innermost creativity. He also loves buying loved ones gifts that will last for a long time and he recommended a few for followers of a business blog he writes. The prize items he recommends are a zero-gravity massage chair, a Trademark Cooper Cage Tote, goodies from Pretzables and a Barbour Gisburne jacket. Additional article here.
Chris Burch started out as the founder of Eagle Eye Apparel. This began as a small business he ran at Ithaca College buying sweaters from a local factory and reselling them for a profit. He soon had enough profits to buy his own factory and retail stores and Eagle Eye Apparel grew across the US. He sold it in 1998, but by that time he had also invested in several other companies through the Internet Capital Group. Burch would also become the initial partner in his then wife Tory Burch’s fashion brand, but then he sold his shares of the company four years later after starting Burch Creative Capital. Companies that Burch has invested in under this company include Voss Water, C. Wonder, Poppin, Powermat and the Ellen DeGeneres brand ED. To know his latest innovative product in the market, check on inc.com.
Chris Burch’s company also became a partner and holder for several major vacation properties including the Faena Hotel + Universe and Nihiwatu Resort. The Faena Hotel was part of a 10-year partnership Burch had with the Faena Group and was built over an old grain storage facility in Buenos Aires. He also purchased a Miami condo from the Faena Group in 2014. Click on architecturaldigest.com for an interesting article.
Nihiwatu Resort was originally a hostel property on a the remote Indonesian island of Sumba, but after Burch and James McBride purchased it they added a lot of beach villas and even a multi-million dollar house that has a fancy glass pool overlooking the oceanside. Chris Burch has previously been on the board of the Tilton School and the Rothman Institute Orthopedic Foundation. Browse on prnewswire.com to know of his latest innovative product in the market.
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