Saint Jean Capital creating jobs, supporting entrepreneurs, and developing market-leading businesses.
Our reputation as strategic local investors is demonstrated by our concentrated efforts in helping small businesses scale for growth via infusions of capital and expertise.
“What could happen if we changed our emphasis from push to pull? What if much more of the $143 billion spent on official development assistance in 2016 was channeled to support direct market-creation efforts in poor countries, even when the circumstances seemed unlikely? Imagine how many markets could be created; imagine how many... new-market creators could emerge; imagine how many jobs could be created. As I think about this problem, I can’t help but wonder how many fathers and mothers would be afforded the dignity of work and the resources to provide simple things for their families—like food, health care, and quality education. Imagine how many people would have a renewed sense of hope and purpose when they begin to see their suffering can become a thing of the past.”
― Clayton M Christensen,The Prosperity Paradox: How Innovation Can Lift Nations Out of Poverty