Businessman, serial entrepreneur, philanthropist, and all around good guy Chris Burch is a fantastic gift giver and has a few recommendations. 40 years in the work field and 50 companies down, Mr. Burch has seen a lot of products. He has helped a number of consumer product brands companies rise to success with his professional business expertise. Some great gift recommendations Chris suggests are a Trademark Cooper Cage Tote, a Barbour Gisburne jacket, a U.S. Jaclean Zero-Gravity Massage Chair, a Snowe Home Candle Set, or candy and chocolate for a sweet tooth at Fatty Sundays or Pretzables. Chris Burch has another recommendation but it doesn’t include giving someone a product or physical gift. It is about giving back and thinking about those who have less. Giving a charitable donation in the name of your gift recipient is always a good idea and feels so good to give back. There are so many charities out there to pick from. You can choose a charity or organization that your gift recipient is passionate about like the environment, children, or education. The sky is the limit. To read views from him on matters around his area of focus, check ideamensch.com.
Brad’s Raw Foods, Cocoon9, Poppin and TRADEMARK, Voss Water, Jawbone, Faena Hotel + Universe, Nihiwatu, BaubleBar, Little Duck Organics, Chubbies are some of the companies that Chris Burch has worked with at his creative firm Burch Creative Capital. The entrepreneur uses his unique eye and creative spirit to help over 50 companies grow from scratch. One of his biggest collaboration has been with Tory Burch, the fashion brand and ED by Ellen DeGeneres the lifestyle brand. Additional article about his investment expertise on businessinsider.com.
The New York City businessman sits on the Board of the Rothman Institute Orthopedic Foundation. He has donated to such organizations as The China Association of Social Work, Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York, The Sumba Foundation, The Child Welfare League of China, The Henry Street Settlement, and NYU Langone. Chris attended Ithaca College and studied business. He co-created Eagle’s Eye Apparel with his brother. It was sold to Swire Group later when it rose the ranks of other big fashion brands. It was worth an estimated $165 million dollars.
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