Based on a recent article posted by Californiablog.com, Chris Burch’s Indonesian resort, Nihi, has gained mass popularity. The location was purchased by Burch after the momentous success of his investments in other real estate ventures such as the Universe resort and Faena Hotel. Formerly known as Nihiwatu, the resort was owned by Claude and Petra Graves before it was acquired by Burch after he was stunned by the tribal atmosphere, natural beauty and hospitality. He got to work, with the help of his managing partner James McBride, to market his new resort to a larger audience and attract international customers.
Within the first year that Nihi was opened to the public the resort was ranked one of the best hotels in the world due to its service, location, hospitality, decor and atmosphere. Due to its rise in fame, Nihi resort has become one of the top places to travel, but a reservation is needed well in advance because of its popularity. Burch has stated that his resort isn’t for everyone. Not only is it time consuming to get to single bedroom villas start out at $750 a night, with a three night required minimum.It took Chris Burch over $30 million and almost three years to complete the vision he had for Nihi. He made sure to include every luxury, earning the resort its five-stars, all the while supporting the local wildlife and native villages found on the island. Read more about the resort on businessinsider.com.
Chis Burch is much more well known as being the CEO and founder of Burch Creative Capital, a entrepreneurial company. Burch Creative Capital is a direct expression of its founder’s vision for the consumer market and follows is views and actions regarding innovative opportunities, leading designs and creative solutions. He is always trying to find new companies and businesses whose practices have a positive impact on those who consume their products and the world in general. Related reading on entrepreneur.com.
Burch has almost four decades if experience as a entrepreneur and investor. He has had a hand in almost sixty different companies ranging from home furnishings, retail, apparel, food and hospitality. The majority of these companies saw unrivaled growth due to Burch’s influence. A few entries in his portfolio include TRADEMARK, Cocoon9, ED by Ellen DeGeneres, Jawbone, Poppin and Voss Water. Additional details about him on forbes.com.
Chris Burch believes that by combining direct sourcing and international experience, while also understanding consumer patterns has led him to his lifelong success in the field. Have updates on his timeline activities, hit crunchbase.com.
Read more about his creative vision and output on http://www.burchcreativecapital.com/