There are entrepreneurs and then there are serious entrepreneurs. Chris Burch is the founder of Burch Creative Capital and, perhaps, one of the most successful entrepreneurs working in the field today. Burch has had a number of high-profile investments bring him both commercial success and global acclaim. Burch is well-known for his collaboration on ‘ED’ by Ellen DeGeneres as well as his work in buying and resurrecting the luxury resort known as Nihiwatu — now considered the top island resort in all of Indonesia, check here at (Thenewsversion.com). With this kind of success at his back, what is Burch focused on next?
For Chris Burch, life as an entrepreneur is something that you never quit paying attention to. He has no rhythm or routine to his life and he could be in Los Angeles one week and the South Pacific the next. Despite this varied schedule, or perhaps because of it, Chris Burch is always looking at things from a new perspective. Along with this new perspective, Chris Burch is on the lookout for projects to invest in via Burch Creative Capital.
If you caught Burch long enough to have lunch with him, he’d inevitably begin detailing some of his future goals. RIght now, Burch is fascinated and appreciative of the ‘tiny home’ movement. Burch believes in consolidating ‘things’ in favor of real-life experiences and what better way is there to do that than by putting yourself into a modular, tiny home? Burch has invested heavily in Cocoon9 as a result of his passion for the movement. Cocoon9 builds tiny homes that are packed with a serious punch of amenities.
While Chris Burch has been as successful as anyone in the industry, even he has some thoughts on what he could have done differently. Burch wouldn’t change much, he admits, but he would push harder for his dreams at a younger age if he had to do anything differently.