We are on a mission to uncover the true potential of creating lasting value by involving authoritative actors that notarize the asset life cycle phases.

We are in a time where we know the price of everything, but the genuine value of hardly anything.

Many factors can make an object valuable:
Who created it and when; The materials used for
its production; Where it was exhibited; Who was a former owner, and many other properties.
In short, they describe an asset’s uniqueness, history, and scarcity.

MyLime introduces an additional and unprecedented layer to the ownership of luxury goods that can make these unique characteristics permanently visible.

Its setup is tailored to the particular needs of the luxury and lifestyle context, and informed by the overarching trends that shape that context. While the nature of lifestyle will continue to evolve as it always has, this programmable platform allows its clients to safely master those changes.

We cultivate a collaborative culture committed to developing innovative solutions and prioritize hiring exceptional and
hard-working talent. We have developed a set of core values to help us achieve this goal.

Be a team

People are our main asset. To own a project is to take it from concept to completion. Manage your responsibilities, listen to others’ opinions and encourage one another.

Be honest

We don’t allow ourselves to be fake. Be honest with yourself and the world around you. Open up to giving and receiving feedback.

Be a pro

Think big. We encourage competition and seek individuals that know how to get things done. Be the best version of yourself.

Be a tech enthusiast

It’s not only a job; it is a passion! Nurture your curiosity, combine different approaches, apply knowledge from diverse fields. Look at things objectively, and do not let your convictions and stereotypes skew the information. Think about fulfilling the customer’s expectations.

Find the essence

At MyLime, the essence can be found in the unity of art and technology. Everyone can develop their artistic taste through learned practice, although part of it depends on innate ability.