How Active Investor Chris Burch Entered Multiple Industries

 

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Chris Burch is a highly successful active investor who is involved in a great many different industries. He founded Burch Creative Capital in New York City and has made big contributions to many brands such as Poppin, Tory Burch, TRADEMARK, Chubbies, and Voss Water.

Some of his companies are in the hospitality industry. He is one of the owners of Argentina’s Faena Hotel + Universe. Chris Burch saw a parcel of land that wasn’t being used very well and decided that a luxury hotel ought to be built on it. Chris Burch brought on board Philippe Stark, a celebrated architect, as well as Alan Faena who has decades of experience as a hotelier.

Chris Burch also owns the Nihiwatu resort. This high-end resort, situated on Indonesia’s island of Sumba, was a property that he acquired in 2012. He poured millions of dollars into doing a complete renovation and when it reopened it was hailed as one of the world’s best resorts by the readers of Travel + Leisure magazine, source (Prnewswire.com).

Chris Burch is also a notable philanthropist. He supports a number of nonprofits around the world. These include The Sumba Foundation, The Child Welfare League of China, Mt. Sinai Hospital, The Henry Street Settlement, and The China Association of Social Work.

The newest trend that Chris Burch is really excited about is the tiny house movement. He says that many people nowadays want to have experiences and great memories instead of buying yet more things, as posted on medium.com. He believes in this movement enough to have established Cocoon9. This is his company that builds high-end prefab tiny homes. At this company, architects make a home with floor plans that make great use of a small space. They are also very energy efficient and have great finishing touches throughout, visit http://www.architecturaldigest.com/story/christopher-maya-j-christopher-burch-hamptons-house-article.

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