Vorwerk Ventures returned to reinvest in the smart luggage developer as part of an $11.4m round that also featured Project A and Milano Investment Partners.

Germany-based smart luggage producer Horizn Studios has received €10m ($11.4m) in series B funding from investors including Vorwerk Ventures, the corporate venturing subsidiary of direct selling company Vorwerk, EU-Startups has reported. Venture capital firm Project A and venture growth firm Milano Investment Partners also contributed to the round, which EU-Startups said increased the company’s overall…

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