Chris Burch, the CEO and Founder of Burch Creative Capital, believes in combining creativity and productivity as concepts that will help any hungry entrepreneur with that strong urge for success to steer forward in achieving his or her dreams. At Burch Creative Capital, Chris has been upfront in helping upcoming entrepreneurs grow to what they want to become. The criteria for him to be interested in supporting a business idea or go into a new venture is to start with extraordinary dynamic people with ideas of great momentum that have great appeal globally. Have a glimpse of Burch combo of creativity and productivity, visit burchcreativecapital.com.
Among the secrets of building a successful business that Chris Burch gives include: asking a million question. Another is that one has to take calculated risks. Also, one has to be curious and humble in the sense that you want to know what other people are doing or thinking i.e. existing in their minds. Chris Burch believes that technology has helped him do a lot of things so much faster and is a critical success factor in today’s businesses. As much opposed, Chris Burch is not interested in overly repeated ideas; he interested in entrepreneurs that have new ways of beating the current ideas. Among his core values is giving back to the society because of his love for people and making them happy.
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Chris Burch was born on 28th March 1953. The 64-year-old investor began his career way back in 1976 when he was still an undergraduate student at Ithaca College. He started by investing $2000 with his brother Bob which they called it Eagle’s Eye Apparel which it grew to a net worth of $165 million before selling it to Swire Group.
Being an active investor and the Principal at Burch Creative Capital, he boasts of an exciting brand and range of a portfolio including ED by Ellen DeGeneres, , Nihiwatu, Cocoon9, and Poppin. He is also the co-founder of the luxury fashion brand, Tory Burch. More on prnewswire.com. He is devoted to the power of branding personalities and applying his marketing and sales skills to business interests involving apparels, financial services, and hospitality, technology, and consumer products. Additional articles to read on architecturaldigest.com.
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