Most Germans immediately think of Tchibo as the good coffee and the coffee smell in the shops. But Tchibo has much more to offer than just the best coffee taste.
Tchibo was founded in 1949 by Max Herz with the revolutionary idea of sending coffee to customers by post. Even then, customers could choose between coffee packaging in tins and handkerchief or tea towel bags. This story began in Hamburg, where Tchibo still has its headquarters today. From the original mail-order coffee company, Tchibo has developed into an internationally active company that operates in significantly more business areas than the traditional distribution of coffee. Over the years, Tchibo has consistently expanded its product range and distribution channels, ensuring diversity and quality worldwide with strong brands.
With around 640 branches and 7900 employees in Germany, Tchibo is one of the largest German consumer goods and retail companies. The stores can be found both as Tchibo’s own stores in city centres or in shopping centres. Tchibo’s shelves can also be found in supermarkets from time to time. If you come from another European country, you can also find Tchibo there, as they also have around 360 branches in other European countries. But don’t worry, Tchibo also offers all its products on its website. So you can shop online from the comfort of your own home.
Especially the large product range makes Tchibo such a big company, because Tchibo is more than just good coffee. In addition to coffee specialities, there is a large selection of travel options ranging from mobile phone contracts to fashion and technology. For Tchibo, however, this is not a contradiction in terms, as they want to offer their customers everything they need.