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We all wish investing were as easy as throwing some money at an agency and they then turn around that investment quickly for a sizeable profit. Investing can be the most volatile business to be in, not just for investors though, but even more so for buyout firms and banks that are investing in assets to accumulate profits.
Q&A with Chris Burch of Burch Creative Capital: Invest in Being Human and Everything Else Will Follow
Chris Burch, founder and CEO of the New York City based firm Burch Creative Capital that focuses on managing venture investments and brand development, was profiled by Forbes magazine as one of the world’s billionaires. He was recently featured on The Art of Success with Daniel Budzinski. Below is a transcript of the Q&A, titled ‘Investing in Extraordinary Humans with Chris Burch’.
Fashion-forward thinkers rejoice—online consignment source The RealReal isn’t going anywhere. The company, which has quickly become one of the internet’s favorite sources for secondhand luxury clothing, shoes and accessories, was recently named to CNBC’s 2018 Top Disruptors list.
Clay Hutson Interview
Clay Hutson of Nashville is in the music industry, but he isn’t like anyone that you have ever known in that business. He takes his artist’s thoughts and feelings into consideration. He also wants to ensure that the audience experiences something beautiful and unique in every performance, and he has been known to work from sun up until sun down to make that happen.
Chris Linkas is a credit investor, who specializes in investing throughout the capital structure. He also performs work related to assets and outright equity while maintaining an approach that is centered on credit. In his work, he strives to preserve principal through security and protections as he also structures strong returns.