School transportation service Zūm has increased its overall to $67m following a BMW-led round, which included participation from Volvo.

BMW i Ventures, the corporate venturing arm of car manufacturer BMW, yesterday led a $40m series C round for US-based child transportation service provider Zūm. Volvo Cars Tech Fund, an investment fund owned by carmaker Volvo, and NGP Capital, the venture capital firm spun out of communications technology manufacturer Nokia, also took part in the round, as…

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