As an investor for over forty years, established entrepreneur Chris Burch started Burch Creative Capital. Burch has been known to impart a high degree of effort to many start up brands. He invested in hospitality often, renovated Nihiwatu, and transformed it into the luxury resort that went on to become the #1 Hotel in the world, according to Travel + Leisure magazine.
Chris Burch teamed up with Ellen DeGeneres to power her lifestyle brand, ED. Ellen’s humor seems contagious as Burch’s resemblance to Ellen’s personality does not falter below the surface of business. When asked to forfeit a business idea to readers and aspiring entrepreneurs everywhere, he pitches them a clean public toilet that women will feel comfortable sitting on.
Later, Chris Burch started Cocoon9 to provide prefabricated homes and small scale luxury living spaces that boast efficiency and modern architecture. Burch admits that the rising tiny house movement excites him. It’s a niche movement that ascertains an uprising potential in a seemingly sub-cultured market. These interests started early on, when his father made him work for a construction company at the age of thirteen, get more info on (Instagram.com). He declares, as a successful businessperson, that this is where he gained an appreciation for hard labor and the basics of construction. His portfolio blossomed into a net of many product brands, office supplies and apparel.
As a man with no regrets and the world at large on his fingertips, Chris Burch’s advice is to always listen. Burch shows for the fact that there is more than enough productivity and creativity to go around, according to chronicleweek.com.