Chris Burch is a great entrepreneur with a wide array of businesses. He has created over fifty companies and sold them after they are fully operational. Chris Burch has over 40 years experience in business, and the experience Chris has acquired helps him a lot in forming successful companies. He has budding enterprises in luxury products, technology and in the hotel industry.
Chris Burch’s entrepreneurship journey began at Ithaca College in 1976 when he was a student. He has worked with his brother among other entrepreneurs creating new businesses and selling them at a profit. Eagle’s Eye apparel is among the firm that Chris has developed he invested $2000 and Bob his brother contributed the rest they grew the company and later sold it to Swire Group at $165million. After the sale of Eagle’s Eye he invested in Capital Group a company that was among the first firms that were offering internet services.
Chris Burch’s strengths grew while working in these businesses and he knew that to be able to give consumers great products an entrepreneur has to be very innovative and creative. Chris is currently running Burch Creative in the position of company CEO, he founded the company, and the company focus is to develop brands that give consumers products that are unique. His firm deals in lifestyle brands that impact lives of the clients for a long time. Chris Burch’s business success is attributed to his ability to understand consumer behaviors and offering what they need most. Among the brands that Burch Creative sells in are home furnishings, Little Duck Organics and Soludos among others.
Chris Burch employs the best techniques in branding, and this makes his products very appealing to customers. The aspects of branding in any business cannot be overlooked because no matter how good a product is a buyer will not be attracted to buy if it is not branded in the right way. Chris Burch has the capabilities of sourcing capital for his business from the most reliable sources, and he believes that the success of any enterprise is affected by your financial partners.