Lost My Name, the tech-driven kids book publisher, raises $8.5M and partners with Roald Dahl Estate

By Steve O'Hear Lost My Name, the London-based startup that uses tech to create and publish personalised story books for children, has raised $8.5 million in Series B funding. It is also revealing an upcoming tie-in with the Roald Dahl Estate, owners of IP such as Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. Read More …read more

Source:: Tech Crunch Funding and Exits

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