Forward Thinking in Food with Chris Burch

Posted on September 8, 2017 By

A long time ago food was only sustenance. Over the centuries food changed and became an entirely separate entity. Of course, people cannot live without it, but there is much more to food than just that. It provides a community spirit, connects people and inspires people. Chefs around the world use the traditional and learn…


The Business Sensible Christopher Burch

Posted on September 6, 2017 By

When Chris Burch, founder and CEO of Burch Creative Capital, hosts a party in the Hampton’s, he knows exactly how to throw a superb function. He understand that everyone has to eat, therefore, he hires the best chef for his parties that money can buy. Chef Andres Moratoya, from Panama, and his beach-friendly grilling is…


Bumble CEO Whitney Wolfe Rejects Nearly Half Billion Dollar Buyout

Posted on September 4, 2017 By

Whitney Wolfe, CEO of avowedly feminist dating app Bumble, has rejected a $450 million dollar buyout from one of the largest players in the field. Match Group made the offer this past June, and there’s no doubt that Wolfe’s history with the company has had some influence on her decision. Once a co-founder of the…


Chris Burch And The Future’s Tech Driven Fashion Trends

Posted on August 29, 2017 By

Over the years, the fashion industry and the technological industry have seen great transformation. The two industries continue to grow together in a fascinating way. A look at the past and the present gives a clear picture of what the future holds. In the 1970s, boom box was the source of excitement. That is because…


The Man Responsible For The World’s Best Hotel

Posted on August 22, 2017 By

The best hotel in the world resides in a place that few have even heard of: the Nihi Sumba Island. Nihi is owned by Chris Burch, founder, and co-founder of several international retail companies. After teaming with hotel expert James McBride, Burch was able to renovate the Nihi beach hotel on the Indonesian island for…


Chris Burch – Highly Renowned Serial Entrepreneur and Businessman

Posted on August 18, 2017 By

In the world of entrepreneurs, one of the names that are often taken is that of Chris Burch. It is because of the numerous achievements he has been able to accomplish over a period. Chris Burch has more than four decades of experience in the corporate world and is a successful investor, businessman, and a…


Chris Burch’s Luxurious Island Resort Has Been Named The World’s Best Hotel

Posted on August 16, 2017 By

An interesting Business Insider article from earlier this year details how the successful venture capitalist and entrepreneur Chris Burch has become involved in the hospitality industry. According to this article, back in 2012, Mr. Burch and hotel-industry professional James McBride purchased a beach lodge on the remote island of Sumba in Indonesia. With its serene…


Chris Burch Decides to Modernize a Remote Indonesian Island

Posted on August 10, 2017 By

Chris Burch is a self-made entrepreneur recognized for raising the bar in the entrepreneurial causes. Most people know Chris as an authority who values brand development. His records show that he has been involved in launching and co-founding several global-ranking retails brands. Being a jack of all trades, Chris boasts of his prowess in technical…


How Invaluable Securus Technologies is Inside a Prison

Posted on July 27, 2017 By

When you want to gauge how valuable a company is, look how many lives it can help protect during the course of a single day. When the prison I work for installed a new call system for the inmates, it was not to make their lives any easier, it was to help make the lives…


Karl Heideck: Why Courts Won’t Abolish Philadelphia’s Salary History Law

Posted on July 20, 2017 By

In the early months of 2017, many Philadelphia pro-workers’ advocates gained a newfound gratitude to the city’s renowned brotherly love. Mayor Jim Kenney had appended his signature to a new law, which prohibits owners of private businesses from inquiring about job seeker’s salary history. As it is the case with many ordinances, the matter was…