DMG Ventures contributed to a $50m round for online stationery brand Papier while Hannover Digital Investments helped cross-border payment service Vitesse secure $26m.

Funding UK-headquartered online stationery retailer Papier raised $50m today from investors including DMG Ventures, the corporate venturing subsidiary of media company Daily Mail General Trust. The round was led by venture capital firm Singular and also featured Lansdowne Partners, Kathaka and existing backers Felix Capital and Beringea. Vitesse, the UK-based operator of a digital cross-border…

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