Chris Burch has always loved the most creative and artistic businesses, and his venture capital firm Burch Creative Capital has helped entrepreneurs use art in their branding. But he also loves giving gifts to family and other close friends and he mentioned some of them on a blog post listed on his company website. If that special someone loves sweet treats, Burch said a container full of Fatty Sundays goodies or Pretzables makes a good present. If you want something bigger that your loved one can enjoy for much longer, Burch recommended the Zero-Gravity Massage Chair from U.S. Jaclean. Check releasefact.com.
Chris Burch has been known as a serial entrepreneur because once he’s reached his goal with one business he’s started, he likes to waste no time in doing the same with the next one. He got to where he is today really on his own by turning a hobby into a big company, bjtonline.com has additional article to read. That hobby was selling custom-made sweaters on the campus of Ithaca College back in the 1970s, and the success of this small business led to the forming of Eagle Eye Apparel, a company that made millions in sales and opened over 51 stores during the time Burch was CEO. Burch later sold that company for $67 million and then started investing in other startups. Just prior to founding Burch Creative Capital, he had become a partner of the Tory Burch fashion brand, and then after starting Burch Creative Capital he brought about the Ellen DeGeneres ED brand. Read this interview on ideamensch.com.
Chris Burch also starting buying up homes and hotel properties beginning in 2004 when he entered an Argentinian joint venture with the Alan Faena company. Their project was an exquisite five-star hotel in Buenos Aires that has become one of the most popular lodgings for international tourists in the city. Burch started buying up more properties that brought an uptick in real estate investments throughout the east coast including a home in Southampton, NY that Burch flipped from $14 million to $25 million. Burch most recently purchased a hotel on the island of Sumba in Indonesia that he turned into a $30 million dream vacation destination. One look at this Pacific paradise and travelers never want to leave.
For contact details visit http://www.burchcreativecapital.com/contact/