The business mogul called Chris Burch

Many know him as the man behind C. wonder and the Tory Burch brands. Chris Burch’s presence is felt at most, if not all, of the most dominant industries in the economy. He has made substantial investments in the real estate industry, the fashion industry and most recently, the hospitality industry.

He later, after the sale of the company, invested in Internet Capital Group a reasonably successful Initial Public Offering, IPO. In 2012, Mr. Burch together with a business partner bought a hostel located in one of the Indonesian Islands. The pair pumped a lot of money into the project, and in three years, they reintroduced the posh five-star Indonesian resort by the name Nihiwatu.  Read more about the Indonesian resort on businessinsider.com.

In 2011, he began C. Wonder, a retail brand that deals with home accessories and décor. The brand was, however, later sold to Xcel Brand. In 2014, he partnered with Ellen DeGeneres and helped her launch a lifestyle brand known as Xcel Brand. He also, then in the year, ventured into the real estate industry and launched Cocoon9, a company that deals with contemporary homes.

That is not it, Mr. Burch also has an office supply enterprise and an additional brand by the name TRADEMARK that exclusively deals with women supplies and accessories. Mr. Burch also helped launch Tory Burch, a fashion company he co-owned with his wife.  For an additional article click on bjtonline.com.

In 2008, he established J. Christopher Capital LLC, a company he later renamed Burch Creative Capital. The company was founded with the intention of helping him in the management his multitudinous investments.  Learn about his new and follow on investment in this link on prnewswire.com.

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Chris appreciates the value of helping others get to the top. This is shown by him assisting other lifestyle brands to penetrate the market. A lot is said about his exemplary leadership skills. He was not so long a board member of the Rothman Institute Orthopedic Foundation. He has also, at some point in time, served as the president of the Pierre Hotel Co-op Board.

He, Chris, has also made a lot of financial contributions to institutions serving a noble cause. Mt. Sinai Hospital is one such institution. The Sumba Foundation and the Henry Street Settlement are also beneficiaries of his kindness and generosity.

Have an in-depth look at his impressive investments on http://www.burchcreativecapital.com/our-world/

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