Christopher Burch is the Chief Executive Officer and Founder of the Burch Creative Capital Company based in the United States. The investment philosophy of this company reveals the investment values of the individual. He seeks to expand his entrepreneurial values through his new market opportunity vision. He applies imagination as a way of outdoing the odds of business. Chris Burch uses support, incubation, creativity, and scale to lead disruptive companies and brands to have a long-lasting positive impact on the society.
For more than 40 years of professional experience in the industry, he has worked as an entrepreneur and investor in multi-million companies. Chris has helped the rise and foundation of more than 50 businesses in the United States. He has combined a customer behavior unintuitive understanding with direct sourcing experimentation. He has developed a track record of performance and solid development skills in business and entrepreneurship. He is an innovative individual with international presence and recognition.
The Burch Creative Capital Company has a brand portfolio that includes the introduction of the new ED, Cocoon9, Ellen DeGeneres, Poppin, Nihiwatu, and TRADEMARK to a huge list of established companies which he has embraced including Voss Water, Jawbone, and Ghana Hotel universe.
The Burch Creative Company is investing in support of the development of Consumer products and lifestyle brands that range from home furnishing and apparel to hospitality, retail, technology industries, organic food, Brad Raw Food, Little Duck Organics, Chubbies, Soludos, Blink Health and BaubleBar.
For Chris Burch, he believes that technology and fashion are seamless. They are one thing that is made separate by other people’s norms. Fashion and technology can grow together. For this reason, they can complement each other’s growth. Fashion and technology have, for a long time, worked hand-in-hand to make the best use of each other. Beautiful fashion is created using technology. For that reason, fashion develops technology which in return gains both industries have an excitement for the next generation of human beings. There is a lot that can be learned from their success. The world has become more creative, beautiful, and protective using the two industries.
Diane Von, on top of fashion designing, has come to the rescue of technology-based fashion. While on the catwalk, her models wore her beautiful designs in fashion technology. The models show technology trend in fashion. Therefore, we must accept the use of technology in creating better fashion. Technology benefits from fashion.
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