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 just the catering service a summer party in the Hampton’s requires.

Chef Moratoya has created a unique dining experience, with his farm-to-table Panamanian style restaurant called “Panga”. When he and his wife opened their first restaurant, to say they had financial hardships would be putting it mildly. They hardly had enough money to keep the restaurant afloat, that is the reason why they still use only back-to-basic cooking utensils and supplies.   Refer to for related article.

Chris Burch has invited Chef Moratoya to his resort in Indonesia, “Nihi Sumba Island” to perform his unique style of grill-catering. He built his very own grill that is used for cooking out of bricks and driftwood. The Chef states, “Even if I had come access some modern equipment, I like to limit myself, to allow myself to be as creative as possible.”

So we talked about Chef Moratoya, let us talk about who is Chris Burch. Chris Burch is an entrepreneur involved in several different businesses, some of the types of businesses he involves himself in are fashion, technology, and real estate.   According to he began his career as an under-graduate student studying at Ithica College. He and his brother, Bob, founded Eagle Eye Apparel, an eye-wear company that has grown to be worth $165 million, however it has since been sold by the brothers.

Chris Burch is positive role-model for young entrepreneurial managers. He believes in the fact we were born human is both good and bad news. Chris advises that, “Yes, you will make mistakes in your business, however, these mistakes are not fatal to your business.”  for more of his views, click on this useful link.

As a veteran retailer, Chris Burch has joined Forbes’ Billionaires list in 2012, when he sold most of the 28.3% stake he held in his ex-wife’s fashion line, Tory Burch, LLC., for $650 million. This sale also put to bed the lawsuits and counterclaims that once had been threatening the future of an IPO in Tory’s WASP-Chic fashion brand.

Burch Creative Capital was founded by Christopher Burch, who is current CEO of the New York based venture investment and brand company, also co-founded by Tony Burch. LLC. Chris became a billionaire in 2012, Forbes’ magazine did a profile on him in the annual “The World’s Billionaires”, declaring his 2012 majority stake of C. Wonder gave the company a value over the 10 figure mark. Check this on  It appears that Chris Burch has the “Midas Touch” when it comes to business investments. Everything he touches “turns to gold.”  For updates on his recent timeline activities, hit on

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