The art of being a successful entrepreneur is having the right capital, mindset, knowledge, connections, and a bit of luck. Chris Burch knows this all too well. His career has spanned a number of decades, thirty to be exact. With a wide range of experience in the business industry Mr. Burch has passed on his knowledge to other up and coming businesses and entrepreneurs. Chris has helped in the growth of over 50 companies to date. He is the founder of Burch Creative Capital in New York City, New York and iconic and bustling place where are and business meets. Mr. Burch started his company back in 2007 and has not looked back ever since. Some of the companies in their portfolio includes Tory Burch, Voss Water, Little Duck Organics, Guggenheim, Baublebar, Brad’s Health Foods, and so many more. He even helped Ellen DeGeneres, the TV personality, grow her lifestyle brand called ED to unbelievable heights.
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Not only focused on only one niche in the business world, Chris Burch likes to participate in many different industries including consumer products, fashion, organic foods, and so much more. Just recently Chris branched out into the hospitality field to expand his repertoire. He bought a hostel on Sumba, an Indonesian island. Chris Burch partnered up with world renowned hotelier James McBride who is also a dear friend of his. They turned the surfer’s hostel into an award-winning hotel. In fact, Travel + Leisure Magazine called Nihiwatu the world’s best hotel. It’s actually a resort with Chris Burch’s private home called Raja Mendaka, which is also available to guests if needed. This spectacular home includes four more villas all equipped with plunge pools. Other than Raja Mendaka there are 27 private villas on the five-star resort.
Chris Burch attended Ithaca College which is located in Ithaca, New York. There he studied business while simultaneously starting a company with his brother. It was a clothing line that was last estimated to be worth $165 million dollars, not too shabby for an initial $2,000 investment. It is called Eagle’s Eye Apparel (entrepreneur.com). No day is the same for the successful entrepreneur. Between traveling all over the world and attending business meetings in Los Angeles, Chris is always busy creating something new, check inc.com. On top of that Mr. Burch sits on a number of boards for various companies.