Christopher Burch, A Successful Serial Entrepreneur.

The technological and fashion industries continue to change every year. The two continue to grow together, and current technology seems to be fashionable. The music playing and storing gadgets have evolved from the boom box to the Walkman and the recent iPod. We continue to experience a combination of fashion and technology that delivers functional concepts. Fashion designers are using technology to create high standard, useful and innovative products. Anouk Wipprecht has used technology to design a drink-making dress and a self-painting dress. Teresa Alstin and Ann Haupt created Airbags for cyclists. Kevin Cannon and Ashwin Regan have created Frontline Gloves that can be used by firefighters to relay valuable information to each other through hand gestures.

Designers are also becoming eco-friendly by using recycled materials to create fabulous fashions. Designer SegraSegra designed jackets and t-shirts from recycled bicycle’s inner tubes. Emma Whiteside also recycled radiator copper to create a large gown. Soledad Martin is working on ways to charge a phone when walking or running. At times, fashion has been used to market technology. Diane Von Furstberg helped Google Glass in gaining popularity by models wearing them on a catwalk. Technology and fashion can help each other in making the world a creative, protected and beautiful place to live.

Christopher Burch is an entrepreneur who has been involved in the success of more than 50 companies. His expertise in product branding, sales and marketing has enabled the investor to support the development of several companies across different industries. The founder of Burch Creative Capital commenced the journey of entrepreneurship as an undergraduate at Ithaca College. Burch and his brother started Eagle’s Eye apparel a company they later sold. He later invested in Internet Capital Group and launched and sold C. Wonder. The co-founder of Tory Burch has vast experience in consumer behavior and has developed luxury homes in Florida, New York, Nantucket and Palm Beach.

Burch was on the board of Rothman Institute Orthopedic Foundation and was president of Pierre Hotel Co-op Board. He is involved with companies such as Little Duck Organics, Faena Hotel +Universe, Chubbies Shorts, Poppin, Brad’s Raw Foods, Cocoon 9, Nihiwatu, Soludos and Ellen DeGeneres’ brand ED among others. He is also a philanthropist and has funded research and other activities in The Sumba Foundation, Mt Sinai Hospital New York, The Henry Street Settlement, NYU Langone, The China Association of Social Work and The Child Welfare League of China.

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Chris Burch: Entrepreneurial And Marketing Legend

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