LITHO was founded by Nat Martin and Charlie Bruce. They met in the IT room at school aged 11, and have been building things together ever since. Before LITHO Nat worked as a research associate at the University of Tokyo, while Charlie previously led the hardware and firmware development of bicycle navigation start-up Beeline.
The company received seed investment from US based venture capital fund Greycroft, Paul Heydon (an early investor in Unity and Supercell), Chris Albinson (Co-led investments in DocuSign, Pinterest and Turo) and several other angel investors.
Luke Wroblewski, co-founder of Polar (acquired by Google), cofounder of Bagcheck (acquired by Twitter), and author of Mobile First is a key advisor to LITHO on product design and strategy.
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