For nearly 40 years, Chris Burch, CEO and founder of Burch Creative Capital have been an investor and entrepreneur in different sectors. He has backed a variety of brands such as Faena Hotel + Universe, Jawbone, Poppin and Voss Water.
Ranked in 2016 as the #1 Hotel in the World by Travel + Leisure magazine, Chris Burch acquired and upgraded the hotel Nihiwatu in Indonesia four years before the award. He assisted in redeveloping and eventually turned the land into the Faena Hotel + Universe in Argentina with architect Philippe Stark and hotelier Alan Faena. This was when he discovered he had a passion for hospitality.
Chris Burch and Ellen DeGeneres partnered up to promote her brand, ED by Ellen DeGeneres in 2014. That same year, Cocoon9 was off of its’ feet as a small modern home design completely assembled before it goes to the site. His portfolio includes Poppin, an office supply business and TRADEMARK, a women’s accessory and fashion brand. He is continually finding more companies and product brands to involve himself with such as Blink Health, Brad’s Raw Foods, Chubbies, and Little Duck Organics, see (Prnewswire.com).
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Part of Chris Burch’s philanthropy and giving goes to Mount Sinai Hospital, The Sumba Foundation, The China Association of Social Work and The Henry Street Settlement. He was on the board of The Rothman Institute of Orthopedic Foundation as well, learn more information on medium.com.
Chris Burch’s origin for Burch Creative Capital came from his insatiable curiosity. He knew how to improve certain products and ideas. With his knowledge and resources at his beck and call, he decided to aid other entrepreneurs in their endeavors.
His vision starts with people. Chris Burch needs the best people that have a passion. If it looks like the venture could succeed, commence. He knows that part of his job is to listen to the people around him. He believes that being able to read and understand people are one of the best ways to be productive and be a good entrepreneur, click http://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/christopher-maya-j-christopher-burch-hamptons-house-article.