Sach is a 5th generation member of a multi-generational family, with interests in leading global businesses, which began from modest origins in East Africa over a hundred years ago. The family‘s core focus has been on nurturing entrepreneurial talent. It seeks to identify a very specific breed of entrepreneur or entrepreneurial team and create the best environment for their entrepreneurial fire to flourish, by providing very patient capital, active strategic inputs, and broad operating latitude. In response to what he sees as a fundamental global pivot, Sach is working on a new initiative, Prasino Concepts, with other like-minded partners that seeks to create a new kind of platform to invest in this new world. Sach has also just co-founded a digital art business, which by connecting real time human emotions to digital art, seeks to catalyze a major evolution in the art world.
Sach also serves on the boards of the Harvard Club of Switzerland and the advisory boards of Katalysen & Partners, The Raba Partnership, Musha Ventures and Marcena Capital.
On the philanthropic front, Sach is a founding member of the Casa Laxmi Foundation (which is seeking to build a revolutionary new kind of boarding school), and currently sits on the boards of ERFIP, a spin out from the Rothschilds Foundation, the Family Enterprise Foundation, Internews Europe, and most recently was appointed to the board of FBN International.
Sach was born in Kenya and grew up mostly in North America. He is currently based in Geneva, Switzerland prior to which he spent time in Singapore, Shanghai, and Nairobi. He completed his MBA at the Harvard Business School and a BA in Political Science at Brown University.