MY story

Pascal M. Schlittler founded Mocoffee AG in 2010 together with Eric Favre, the inventor of the Nespresso coffee capsule system. Having successfully managed and further expanded the company as CEO and co-shareholder until March 2015, Mr. Schlittler subsequently also became its Chairman/CEO. In Spring 2015 he led the M&A negotiations with Brazilian companies Wine.com.br (South America’s largest online wine merchant) and Tristão Group, one of the major groups worldwide in the coffee industry, which became the new majority shareholders of Mocoffee.

Mr. Schlittler remained as co-owner and board member till late 2017 and he is now focusing on supporting and coaching various management teams in select business development projects, while developing new projects in the coffee world.

Since 2010, Pascal M. Schlittler has gained in-depth know-how and comprehensive expertise on all matters related to coffee, in particular also to the technologies developed and used in the coffee-capsule industry. He is a co-inventor of patents, speaker at events and has authored various articles in relation to the coffee-capsule industry, also building up a large network and a regular blog (www.mycoffeeworld.com).

Prior to switching to the coffee business, Pascal M. Schlittler worked from 2005 to 2010 in various functions with Lenovo Switzerland, most recently as Country General Manager & Director Large Enterprise Business Austria & Switzerland. From 1999 to 2005 he was a manager at IBM Switzerland in the Personal Computing Division and Global Services, following previous assignments in the IT and financial sectors. During his professional activities with IBM and Lenovo Pascal M. Schlittler won several awards for his performance.

In 1993, Pascal M. Schlittler gained his degree in economics (lic. oec. publ.) at the University of Zurich. He majored in marketing, industry, trade and art history, and during his studies he spent an exchange year in the USA as well as numerous language stays in Italy and the Ticino.

Pascal. M. Schlittler is born on 27 March 1964 in Sion. He grew up bilingual, and apart from his mother tongues of German and French he is fluent in English and Italian. In his free time he enjoys sport (skiing, running, functional training, golf, swimming), cooking, gardening, art and literature. He has two children.

Who am I

I am a Swiss entrepreneur, also bringing along experience as CEO of public and private companies and with broad international business expertise. Curious and enthusiastic, demanding and meticulous, out of the box thinker and always looking to build sustainable business. 


What I offer

I offer a broad interdisciplinary service-spectrum based on a multicultural background and international network. My greatest strengths lie in establishing and building companies, Strategic Brand development, with a particular focus in Business Development and the related restructuring of the income side. 

What guides me

I think and act with the passion of entrepreneurs. I rely on an interdisciplinary and holistic approach to reach ambitious business goals. I want to be efficient, reliable and performance-oriented. I implement with tenacity and share the risk in ventures.

” Life all comes down to a few moments – this is one of them. ” -my banker

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Owner: Pascal Schlittler

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