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RECAP: Business Insider Declares Chris Burch’s New Indonesian Resort “Best In the World.”

Christopher Burch is an internationally renowned fashion mogul, investor, and businessman. He is a co-founder of Eagle’s Eye, a sweater company he sold for $60 million, and co-chair of the Tory Burch fashion label. Burch eventually launched Burch Creative Capital in 2008. With Burch Creative Capital being Burch’s main enterprise, its principal purpose is to incubate new brands and manage his investments. Burch Creative Capital has been lauded for merging creativity with productivity.  Visit their website for a glimpse of this merging of creativity and productivity, check

In 2004 and 2005, Burch delved into the world of real estate, developing a hotel in Buenos Aires in addition to buying, renovating, and selling luxury homes in New York. In 2006, he founded J.B. Christopher, a supplier of real estate construction materials. Burch’s other investments have involved the telecommunications industry. This includes Burch’s role as producer of the romantic comedy Watch It, which received a favorable review from the New York TimesRefer to for an additional article.

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A Business Insider article published in March notes that Burch has recently returned to the realm of hospitality. Now, he expands his empire to include the newly-built resort he calls Nihiwatu. The resort was named after a rock formation on the tide, as Nihiwatu translates to mortar stone.

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In 2012, Burch began turning a simple island hostel into a luxury resort with hotelier James McBride. Located on Sumba, a remote Indonesian island, the pair spent $30 million renovating the hostel. According to Business Insider’s article, Burch and McBride reopened the hostel as a 5-star resort in 2015, and it was voted “best hotel in the world” by Travel + Leisure in 2016.  More of its awesome features on

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