Chris Burch, an entrepreneur with a heart full of generosity

Chris Burch is the CEO and founder of Burch Creative Capital. The company is mainly focused on the development of consumer and lifestyle development projects. These projects range from the hospitality sector, retail, organic foods, home furnishings and technology industries.

Burch’s approach to investments is based on the creation of new investment opportunities, creativity, application of business imaginative ideas, incubation, and support. This has led to his creation of disruptive products and businesses which have a positive impact on the lives of his consumers. He is also a renowned entrepreneur and philanthropist.  For additional info about him, check on

Chris Burch has been participating in the creation of success for over 50 companies during his 40-year business career. Chris’ success began while he was still in school, Ithaca College. Together with his brother, they invested $2,000 in launching a company, Eagle Eye, that focused on the sales of sweaters. They did this from door to door sales in and around their campus. After a short while, they had made around $60 million worth of sales.  Refer to for related article.

In 2012, Chris and James McBride, a close friend, rehabilitated the luxury resort Nihi Sumba Island located in a remote location in Indonesia. The resort is made up of 27 luxury villas that blend well with the natural features that are found the region. Accommodation rates range from $750 to $14,00 per night depending on the size of the villas. While at Nihi, you can enjoy safari rides across the island and beautiful sceneries of the coastline. Check to read more about the luxury resort.  Chris also partnered with another friend of his and hotelier, Alan Faena. This partnership bore the creation of other hotels, Universe and Faena Hotel in Argentina.

Chris Burch has also developed Cocoon9, a construction project that comprises of high-quality homes at affordable prices that range from $75,000 to $225,000. They consist of 8’ by 20’ 160-square feet and 12’ by 40’ 480 square feet in dimensions miniature homes. The homes are constructed in a record four-month with precision-engineering being focused on to ensure they are long lasting.

Chris Burch enjoys giving back to the community. He presently works with The Sumba Foundation. Nihi Sumba Island’s profits are used to fund the provision of humanitarian aid to assist the people of Sumba through the foundation. Chris ensures that he leaves a legacy of giving back to the community through fostering community-based projects in Sumba. Read more of his insights and views in this article on  Back in America, Chris supports charitable activities that are conducted by New York’s Mt. Sinai Hospital and NY Langone. He has also enjoyed working with various Asian organizations that support the welfare of children and social activities.    To read an investor details and a view of the diverse investments, click this.

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