A man who has been successful in business, Chris Burch, knows that giving can be one of the most fulfilling things a person in his position can do. Giving just any gift does not satisfy Burch the way a well thought out approach does. The investing tycoon recently outline some of his personal choices for gift giving. Chris like to give gifts that are inspired from this extensive travels and companies he is invested in, some big and some small.
Six examples of gifts that Burch has given include Candy from either Fatty Sundays or Pretzables, a Cooper Cage tote, a Snowe Home Candle Set, A Barbour Gisburne jacket, a Jaclean Zero-Gravity Massage Chair. Those are only five of the six that Burch outlined with the final gift being his most cherished. His favorite gift is to donate cash to a charity or non-profit in the name of a loved one. This lets us inside of the charitable heart of a millionaire who enjoys giving back.
Chris Burch is the founder of Burch Creative Capital, an investment group that invests in companies that express creativity and passion. Some of these companies include lifestyle brand, ED, which was founded by one of Burch’s favorite people in the world, talk-show host Ellen DeGeneres. He is also an avid real estate investor and owns many luxury homes on the East Coast. He worked with famed architect Philippe Stark and hotel magnet Alan Faena to develop the Faena Hotel and Universe in Argentina. Burch is the owner and developer of the 5-star Indonesia resort, Nihiwatu, located on the island, Sumba, check businessinsider.com.
According to bjtonline.com, Burch was attending Ithaca College in the 1970s when he and his brother both invested $2,000 to start a sweater company they called Eagle’s Eye. The company grew quickly into a full-fledged apparel company that the brothers would later sell for over $160 million. That started a long career for Burch in capital investing, one that has made him a handsome cum of money over the past 40 years. He has served as the President on the Pierre Hotel Coop board and is currently on the board of the Rothman Institute Orthopedic Foundation in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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