Chris Burch has founded or built up many brands over the years. Most of these have been in the world of fashion but he has interests in other industries as well. One of these is the luxury hospitality industry. The prime example of this is his decision to buy a resort on the island of Sumba (part of Indonesia). He teamed up with a business partner, James McBride, who has extensive experience owning hotels. The purchase was completed in 2012 and they shut the resort down for three years while they completely renovated it. When it was reopened in 2015 it had been named the Nihiwatu and it has been fabulously successful at drawing in people wanting to stay at it. Related article on bjtonline.com.
In 2016 the travel magazine anointed the Nihiwatu as the best hotel on in the world. They cited its unique features such as spas located under cascading waterfalls gorgeous private villas. The resort also includes two multistory tree houses (with a bamboo bridge connecting them) which is very popular with both adults and children. Additionally, the Nihiwatu has antiques from the island throughout the rooms, as well as Ikat prints. Click on businessinsider.com for more of Nihiwatu.
As the CEO of Burch Creative Capital, Chris Burch has had his hand in launching many brands over the last 40 years. Many of his fashion brands are internationally known, such as Cacoon9 and TRADEMARK. He has also launched organic food companies like Brad’s Raw Foods, Blink Health, and Little Duck Organics. To keep updated with his new and follow investment, browse on this.
Chris Burch is also a philanthropist. He has given Mt. Sinai Hospital a substantial sum of money, for example, that is used to continue their research. He has also been involved ni many other ways, such as providing funding to The China Association of Social Work and The Child Welfare League of China. Hop over to architecturaldigest.com for an additional article.
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