Chris Burch: NYC v& Nihi Sumba Island

 

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The private beach at Nihi Oka spa retreat. @nihiwatu #nihigram

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Christopher Burch, who is the founder of a New York-based company called Burch Creative Capital, has proven himself to be highly experienced with the expansive background of his involvement regarding investing and entrepreneurship. To go along with this history is also how he can create the perfect form of innovation and implementation when he has worked with surprising success, all thanks to his knowledge and dedication to serving customers. Some of these parts of his Burch Creative Capital portfolio include ED by Ellen DeGeneres, Cocoon9, and the subject of this article, Nihi Sumba Island (formerly known as Nihiwatu).

Chris Burch has been involved with Nihi Sumba Island since 2012 along with co-owner James McBride. As a result of the acquisition, Nihi Sumba Island became one of the greatest resorts, all due to the investments made from the success it has brought forward. For a history lesson regarding the Nihi Sumba Island, the ancient Marapu migrated to the island’s beach, read (Huffingtonpost.com). Legends say that its Marapu spirit keeps the island safe as well as having it as an attraction for anyone that is willing to honor the heritage that the island has.

It’s because of this legacy that Nihi Sumba Island that made Burch want to be involved with expanding the island’s resort, and because of the interest, he and his partner decide to be involved with having the location be a property for tourists. Thanks to their involvement, Nihi won the title of #1 Hotel in the World for two years straight, know more details on prnewswire.com.

 

Jason Hope Donates $500,000 To The SENS Foundation Of Cambridge University

Investor and philanthropist Jason Hope is devoted to helping non-profit organizations with research, education, and technology endeavors. One organization in particular he contributes generously is Cambridge’s SENS Foundation which researches solutions to prevent a variety of diseases. The goal of the researchers is to find cures for age-related diseases including Alzheimer’s, arthritis, Parkinson’s, and osteoporosis.

As of October 31st, 2018, Hope donates $500,000 to the university’s research laboratory to discover solutions for preventing aging related illnesses. Besides donating to SENS, he contributes financially to Family Health International, America Phoenix, and T-Gen Foundation and Worldwide Orphans Foundation.

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SENS Foundations is using the funds with other financial donations to build a lab and study glucosepane, a protein in its degenerative processes. There is also a fund set aside for the development of the AGE-breaker Program for researchers to study and learn more about degeneration. They are studying advanced glycation end products and breakthroughs that can prevent age-related diseases. Jason Hope has a strong interest in technology and believes rejuvenation can contribute to defeating Alzheimer’s, for an example. It inspires him to contribute more to causes for curing diseases, biotechnology, scientific research, preventing age-related illnesses, and education on national and international levels.

Jason Hope promotes education and entrepreneurship for the younger generation by offering grants to students and loans to young entrepreneurs. He gives $500 up to $5,000 to students in scholarships and grants to help them with studies and advancement in technology. He cares about the orphans around the world and provides funds to support housing, education, and healthcare. Hope also supports children and families in Phoenix through various charities.

Upon Jason Hope completing his bachelor’s degree and MBA, he used his finance and business administrative knowledge to become a successful investor and businessman. Hope was born in Liverpool, England and moved to the United States with his parents making Arizona their home. He grew up there and attended Arizona State University and W.P. Carey Business School. He lives in Scottsdale and is very much involved in philanthropic efforts to combat age-related diseases by developing breakthroughs to permanent cures.