Chris Burch and his business strategies

Chris Burch is the founder and CEO of one of the up and coming hospitality businesses, Burch Creative Capital. Chris Burch gained invaluable experience working as a young man in the apparel industry. Able to leverage that experience gained at a young age he founded Burch Creative Capital. Burch Creative Capital is an investment firm that focuses on investments for entrepreneurs with great ideas but lacks the funding needed.

Burch initially was introduced to the hospitality field in Argentina with his partners Philippe Stark and Alan Faena. Together, the 3 entrepreneurs invested funding into an underutilized piece of land that became the site for the Faena Hotel & Universe. The role Chris Burch played in the launching of the Faena hotel one many successful endeavors he has played a significant role in. In addition to Faena, Mr. Burch has helped with the successful launching of Jawbone, Voss water, and Tory Burch, get info on ( In 2012 Chris saw the potential in Indonesian business, a hotel named Nihiwatu. After investing in the hotel and implementing some upgrades and other renovations, by 2016, it was ranked number one in the world by Travel and Leisure Magazine.

In 2014, Chris Burch founded other businesses in the hospitality space Cocoon9. Cocoon9 provides innovative designing solutions for higher end luxury homes, to implement plans to maximize special layouts in order to leverage energy efficient designs while maintaining an upscale look and feel. Also in 2014, Chris announced a joint venture to co-launch ED, which is Ellen Degeneres’s lifestyle brand. In addition to his extensive portfolio of the above-mentioned services and businesses, Chris has Trademarked Popin and Women’s Apparel and Accessories and currently involved in the operations at Chubbies, Little Duck Organics, Soludos, Brad’s Raw Foods, Blink Health and BaubleBar.

Today, Chris Burch sits on the Board of Directors at the Rothman Institute Orthopedic Foundation, and he also the former President of the Pierre Hotel Co-op Board, useful source on