Chris Burch is the founder, principal, and the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Burch Creative Capital, and has been an investor and entrepreneur in many companies. Chris Burch dream in investment and entrepreneurship began in the year 1997. In partnership with his brother Bob, they started a multi-thousand dollar organisation, Eagles Eye apparel. Later, after making a lot of cash, they sold this company to Swire Group. In this period, Chris Burch was an undergraduate at Ithaca College.
Chris Burch is a former member of The Continuum Group and Guggenheim Capital. He has contributed in building multi-technology brands, and luxury equipment including; the Palm Beach in Nantucket, Voss water, Jawbone, and Faena Hotel + Universe, which they partnered with Hotelier Alan Faena and architect Philippe Stark. Chris Burch is one of the earliest investors in the Internet Capital (International Protocol Organization), which he joined after the sale of Eagles Eye organisation. Chris Burch has invested in local and international real estate businesses. He contributed to the development of luxury homes in Florida and Southampton.
In the year 2011, he launched C. Wonder, a home décor and accessories retailer, which later was owned by Xcel Brands. Chris is a passionate professional in handling and understanding clients. He has an ability to implement business skills by innovation and maintenance of business success. Recently, he bought a luxury resort in the Indonesia Island and renovated it to energy efficient and contemporary design resort. Chris Burch has great support in the development of consumer products for home use, hospitality, organic food, and information communication technology gadgets.
Chris Burch has contributed in fundraising towards research and charitable work initiatives in China, at Mt. Sinai Hospital in New York, and Henry Street Settlement. He was the president of Cooperative Board at The Pierre Hotel.He was also a board member of the Rothman Institute Orthopedic Foundation. Chris Burch believes that for any progressive change, technology and fashion must be involved. He says that Technology is made fashionable by fashion, and fashion is made technological by technology. According to him, both go hand in hand, and without one, the other cannot exist.