Lost My Name, a London, U.K-based kids’ personalized publishing and entertainment startup, completed a $9m Series A round of financing.
Backers included Google Ventures, Greycroft, The Chernin Group, Allen & Co, and former SunGard President and CEO Cris Conde.
The company intends to use the funds to further globally scale its business.
Co-founded by Asi Sharabi and Tal Oron, Lost My Name combines stories with technology to create personalised experiences for kids. Its first project is the personalized picture book “The Little Boy/Girl Who Lost His/Her Name”, which has already sold 600,000 copies in more than 135 countries.
The second publishing project, a new picture book that engages children in the theme of belonging and their place in the universe, launches this fall.