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Christopher Burch’s Nihiwatu’s Success

Christopher Burch is a perfect example of a strategic investor. He doesn’t just invest in one sort of opportunity; he invests in anything he believes will be successful. After 40 years of being an investor and an entrepreneur, it’s safe to say that he has a pretty good eye for spotting business potential.

He’s most known as the founder and CEO of Burch Creative Capital, related article on He founded the company based on his personal philosophy of investing. The company encompasses his entrepreneurial values and his outlook on market opportunities. He prides his company on being able to apply imagination, creativity, and incubation in a strategy manner.

His particular style of investment usually ends in a positive way. His investments often lead to brands and businesses having a direct, lasting impact on consumers. Much of skill set comes from successfully rising more than 50 companies across all types of industries. His ability to connect innovation to impact is what makes him such a well-respected man.

Chris Burch tends to pursue ideas that seem challenging and will have an impact on people’s lives. Many of the companies he’s been a part of were in retail, home furnishings, organic foods, and technology industries. Most recently, Chris Burch got into the hospitality industry.

He found a hotel investment opportunity that was too good to pass up. Jumping into the hospitality industry blind can be a very difficult feat. To ensure the hotel’s success, Burch went into business with a renowned hotelier, James McBride. Together, that bought a beach-front hotel on the Indonesian island of Sumba.

Although the purchasing price was never disclosed, it has been revealed that they spent an additional $30 million on renovations. They reopened the hotel as a five-star resort in 2015 and named it Nihiwatu. In 2016, Nihiwatu was voted the “Best Hotel in the World” by Travel + Leisure.

In an interview, Burch talked about how this project was different from all his previous businesses. He explained that he bought the hotel for his children. He wanted to have something that he could leave behind for them to have and preserve. It was also an excellent way to give back to the community.

He went on to talk about how lucky he felt to have been a part of the project. Often do projects not live up to the hype.  Check on for some interesting read.

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