Christopher Burch is the founder and CEO of Burch Creative Capital and his career spans for over 40 years. He has been a partner or investor in a variety of different industries over his career. He is partially responsible for the success of many brands across the glove including Voss Water, Jawbone and Fauena Hotel & Universe.
When Burch was still attending Ithaca College, along with his brother, he invested in a clothing company called Eagle’s Eye. He invested two thousand dollars with the company in 1976 and eventually the company grew to be worth 165 million dollars. This small initial investment is how his career began.
Mr. Burch went on to work for The Pierre Hotel and several other companies before founding his own, the previously mentioned Burch Creative Capital, an investment firm.
Have a glimpse to his awesome resort investment, visit http://www.businessinsider.com/chris-burch-nihi-best-hotel-in-the-world-2017-7
A man with such a lengthy and prestigious resume must remain busy constantly, but Mr. Burch took some time out of his busy schedule to share with the public some of his favorite gift ideas. Mr. Burch says that when he is shopping for a gift he draws inspiration from all over, but primarily from investments he has made. Burch says that one of the most important things he considers when buying a gift, however, is to make sure it is something that the recipient wouldn’t spend money on for themselves. Mr. Burch likes to give gifts that somehow reflect his own personal style and character and he likes to share new discoveries with his friends and family. Check his interview on entrepreneur.com.
Mr. Burch provided a list of six items that he plans on giving to his friends and family at some point. The gifts range from very expensive to very cheap and include a Barbour Gisburne jacket, chocolate and candy from Fatty Sundays or Pretzables, a Snowe Home Candle Set, a Trademark Cooper Cage Tote, a U.S. Jaclean Zero-Gravity Massage Chair and last but not least a sizable donation to the charity of the gift recipients choosing (releasefact.com)