Read the history of the company that has turned from a team of a few persons to a big enterprise carrying out biggest world projects.
Lethe is a technological & clothing company established by the young Polish entrepreneur Jakub Chmielniak in 2011. The aim of Lethe has always been to bring joy to people around the world by designing and manufacturing all-over printed clothes under the brand name Mr. Gugu & Miss Go. In 2014, Lethe launched a platform for arists called Live Heroes. Following that, in 2015, Carpatree, sports brand, started to support fitness passionates around the world.
What makes Lethe stand out among other companies from the technological industry? First of all – professionalism, consistence, the fulfilment of targets and the diversity of business projects. The proper development of the company and its brands is supervised by Jakub Chmielniak – the originator and founder of Lethe. However, the success of our company is mainly the sum of talent and commitment of many of its employees, thanks to whom we can plan Lethe’s further world expansion.
We always look ahead. That’s why in 2016 Lethe opened its first international branch in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Asia is a continent of huge possibilities, a fascinating and varied place and a source of incredible inspirations. For Jakub and Dariusz, it is another step on their way to the fulfilment of their dreams and business goals.
We are ready for any challenges. These are the milestones that we want to achieve in the next few years.
Promotion of responsible business
Apart from Mr. Gugu, Live Heroes, Carpatree, No Attack, Autodawcy and Artlethe, we want to promote more products and services connected with business responsibility, particularly the prevention of wage dumping.
We want to create new projects that go beyond the fashion and e-sales industries that are well known to us, focusing mainly on financial services, services supporting global entrepreneurship and virtual reality.
Making the world a better place
We also want to make our own contribution to the addressing of global problems, such as hunger, social inequalities and the lack of access to education.
We plan to undertake diverse educational activities as the Humanism for the Republic foundation; we want to promote the idea of society open to discussion and referring to the literary and philosophical heritage of past centuries.