The Fusion of Technology and Fashion

As we advance into the future of both technology and fashion, it is increasingly evident they influence and inspire one another. New tech pieces are enhanced with fashionable sense and style. In the same way, fashion products can be given a technological edge, making them more innovative. For example, bike helmets help keep cyclists safe, yet they are notorious for being quite unfashionable. To solve this problem, fashion and technology worked together to create an airbag for cyclists which they can wear around their necks. This piece is more appealing to consumers than hefty bike helmets and it is also safer. This integration of the two industries will help to pave the future for lifestyle, fashion and tech brands.

Before founding Burch Creative Capital, Chris Burch was actively involved in entrepreneurial pursuits and investments. Along with his brother, Burch founded Eagle’s Eye apparel while still attending Ithaca College. The brothers started selling sweatshirts on Ithaca’s campus before expanding to other campuses and eventually retail stores. Burch even established Eagle’s Eye apparel’s own manufacturing facility to help meet the growing demand. Soon, the brothers had grown their business to be worth $165 million with 50 locations nationwide. They eventually sold the company to the Swire Group after growing it for over a decade.

Chris Burch founded Burch Creative Capital in 2008 to help maintain his investments and businesses. One of his first creations under his new company was the C. Wonder home decor and accessories brand. The company ws later sold to the Xcel Group. It was this sale that pushed Burch over the ten figure mark, making him a billionaire. In 2012, he was featured in Forbes’ list of the World’s Billionaires. Burch was also instrumental in the creation of the Tony Burch fashion label, which he helped to grow to be valued at $3.5 billion. He served as co-Chairman of the company before selling a portion of his shares.

Burch Creative Capital is more than an investment firm. They work directly with their clients to help them realize their goals and ambitions. As a life-long entrepreneur, Chris Burch understands what it takes to turn a small idea and turn it into a thriving business. It is with this passion and expertise that he runs the Burch Creative Capital firm. The team thrives not only on providing their clients with financial support, but also with emotional support, strategies and guidance.

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