A Serial Entrepreneur – Chris Burch

The technological and the fashion industry have undergone several changes in the recent years. One fascinating thing is that both industries have grown together. Below is a glimpse of the past, the present and the future of the industries.

 

 

 Past

 

 

In around 1970s, the boom box brought much excitement as it could allow the user to carry around the favorite stations and tunes. With two cassette decks, one of the sides played music while the other used to record. In the 1990s, one could buy a music experience from a Walkman. Ten years later, this experience became smaller with the invention of the iPod. Technology grows with what one deems fashionable.

 

 

Present

 

 

Currently, the synthesis of fashion and technology is happening. The fashion designers glee in creating what gives returns, and they see such possibility with technology. Such a use brings a standard in functionality and innovation.

 

 

Future

 

 

Various fashions thrive through technology in a way to protect people. For instance, it may not be very fashionable to put on a bike protection. Fashionable airbags for cyclists were introduced. When the airbag pops out of the neck, it protects one’s head from an impact. When it is not opened, one gets a better visibility of the surrounding area, which is a negative side of wearing a helmet.

 

 

Technology and Fashion Relationship

 

 

Most of the times, technology depends on fashion to gain popularity. For instance, wearing glasses was little accepted until recently. Fashion shows wake people up to the newest trends and styles. This shows that any advance in technology needs to benefit from the fashion world.

 

 

Born in 28th March 1953, Mr. Chris Burch is an entrepreneur who has a very diverse business background in various industries including technology, real estate and fashion. He started his career in Itchica College during his undergraduate studies. It was at this time that he and his brother started the Eagles Eye apparel which grew to one hundred and sixty-five dollars before they sold it. He is the chief executive officer of Burch Creative Capital. The Company takes pride in its brand portfolio including the Cocoon9, Poppin and Nihiwatu.

 

 

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