Storytelling startup Lost My Name adds €4m to Series A

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Personalised children’s storytelling startup Lost My Name has raised an additional €4m in Series A funding from Berlin-based VC Project A.

The news comes after the London-based company announced a $9m Series A round led by Google Ventures last year.

Launched in 2013, Lost My Name operates at the intersection between storytelling, engineering, digital and print media.

Asi Sharabi, CEO and co-founder at Lost My Name, commented on the raise: “As a full-stack publisher, we aim to create the best personalised experiences as we keep blending storytelling, print and engineering in ways that have never been done before.

“Project A’s operational expertise and hands on approach will help us upskill our teams and set strong foundations for future growth. We’re thrilled to have them on board,” added Sharabi.

Florian Heinemann, founding partner at Project A and now a member of Lost My Name’s board, said: “We intend to support Lost My Name in building a solid infrastructure in terms of CRM, Performance Marketing and Business Intelligence to enable growth on an international scale.

“We believe that with the current team line-up, the competencies within the company and the investor base, Lost My Name is well on track to become one of the relevant global players in personalized children’s content,” he concluded.

Other investors in the company’s Series A round include Greycroft and Allen & Co.