Pascal Marmier is in charge of innovation and entrepreneurship at Swiss House, the Swiss Science & Technology consulate in Cambridge. Swiss House brings together Swiss and US entrepreneurs, investors and scientists around collaborative programs and local events. Pascal helps Swiss entrepreneurs launch their business in the US and works closely with Swiss decision-makers on making Switzerland a better place for entrepreneurs. He has also developed international collaborative programs in the fields of sustainability, nanotechnology, life sciences.
Before joining the Swiss House team, Pascal founded SEND - Swiss
Entrepreneurs Network Development working as a consultant to assist
innovative Swiss connect, learn and do business with the Boston
Pascal came to the US to follow postgraduate studies in US Business Law at Boston University, School of law where he
graduated in May 1999. He is admitted to the New York bar since July 1999. Previously, he worked on international transactions with KPMG in Lausanne,
Switzerland. He obtained his "Licence en Droit" from University of Lausanne in 1995.