Christopher Burch founded Burch Creative Capital. Chris Burch attended Ithaca College where he and his brother invested $2,000 to found eagle eye apparel. The business blossomed to be a worth of $165 million and was sold to Swire group. Chris later moved on to invest in Internet Capital Group. His success was anchored on the fact that he could link innovation and implementation of ideas. Christopher Burch has invested in real estate, both internationally and locally. His investment is mainly through the development of luxury homes in Florida, Southampton, New York, Palm Beach and Nantucket. Read a related article on architecturaldigest.com.
Chris joined Philippe Stark, an architect, and Alana Faene, an hotelier to re-developed an underutilized piece of land to create Faena Hotel. Chris also bought a luxury resort in Sumba Indonesia called Nihiwatu and renovated it. Christopher Burch was on the Rothman Institute Orthopedic Foundation board and was Pierre Hotel’s President. He is also involved in charity work. Chris funded research at Mt. Sinai Hospital and has supported the Child League of China, China Association of Social work, Sumba foundation and Henry Street Settlement. Wonder was formed in 2011 by Christopher Burch. It is an apparel, home decor, and accessories retailer that was later purchased by Xcel Brands. In 2014 he established luxury fabricated homes with excellent finishes.
The entrepreneurial values of Chris have shaped the company into what it is today. He is always looking for new market opportunities that will have a beneficial impact on customer’s lives. Hit prnewswire.com to know his new and follow on investments.
Christopher Burch has influenced the rise of more than 50 companies including Jawbone, Poppin, Faena Hotel and Voss water. Burch partnered with Ellen DeGeneres to form ED. He has achieved this through understanding consumer behavior and creating a long track record of connecting innovation to impact. Burch’s company is supporting apparel, home furnishing, retail, organic foods and technology industries like Blink health, chubbies, Soludos and BaubleBar. Check this link on businessinsider.com for a glimpse of his impressive resort investment.
Christopher Burch encourages managers to make mistakes. He uses the failures of the Wright brothers as encouragement. For more of his entrepreneur’s views, click on entrepreneur.com. The Wright brothers made errors and crashed many times before they finally achieved success. Managers should, therefore, learn from the mistakes. Christopher Burch also advocates for regular meetings to establish goals of the company and whether they are being met. Chris encourages employees to be active in meetings, have a positive attitude and perform tasks as fast as they can.
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