About Chris Burch
Chris Burch is the Founder and CEO of Burch Creative Capital. He attended Tilton School and Ithaca College. His company focuses on brand development and venture investments. In addition to Burch Creative Capital, he is Co-Founder of Tory Burch LLC. He is also in a partnership with Guggenheim Partners.
A part of the core principals and philosophy of Mr. Burch’s success is imagination and creativity. These principles and others have allowed Burch to have innovative ideas in branding new and old businesses. He believes in quality work and creating a long lasting relationship and impact on consumers.
Chris Burch the investor and entrepreneur has been succeeding in business for over forty years. He has been the thriving force behind several companies to improve their impact on consumers (ideamensch.com). Under his leadership Burch Creative Capital has added many companies to its portfolio.
Some of those companies include ED an Ellen Degeneres company, the newly acquired Nihiwatu, and many others. Burch is currently developing several brands ranging from retail through hospitality. Some of the company brands include Brad’s Raw Foods, Chubbies and others.
Chris Burch and Nihiwatu Resort
After hearing of James McBrides needs for expansion of Nihiwatu Resorts, he quickly visited the resort and fell in love. He partnered and invested in the Indonesian Island Nihiwatu Resort. His $30 million investment has helped the expansion of the resort. The resort is renown as the top resort in the world.
The resort gives their guest the opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of the island. The resort has created an oasis, without endangering of disrupting the natural habitat of the inhabitants are the wildlife. The resort offers excursions that are different from the average and a chance to reconnect with nature.
Chris Burch has been giving to multiple charities since his success. Burch’s compassion reaches no bounds, he has contributed funding for research at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York and The Sumba Foundation. He is an avid contributor to his alma maters Tilton School and Ithaca College. His funding has helped to produce entrepreneurial educational programs for college students.