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Acquired | Acquired

About Arkessa

Arkessa is a UK managed services business serving customers in the internet-of-things sector.On December 11th, 2020, Arkessa was acquired by Wireless Logic. Terms of the transaction were not disclsoed.

Arkessa Headquarters Location

Heath House Dane Street

Bishop's Stortford, England, CM23 3BT,

United Kingdom

+44 1279 799270

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Latest Arkessa News

Skipper Stephen Brown claims winter series, Lloyd Pascoe wins Brass Monkey Trophy

Jun 29, 2022

Skipper Stephen Brown claims winter series, Lloyd Pascoe wins Brass Monkey Trophy Des BeeckAlbany Advertiser Camera Icon Lloyd Pascoe, skipper of Arkessa, receives the Brass Monkey trophy from sailing director Grant Tickell. Credit: Des Beeck Share to Facebook Copy the Link Lloyd Pascoe skippering his division two boat Arkessa sailed to a surprise victory in last Saturday’s sixth and final heat of the winter series at Princess Royal Sailing Club to claim the Brass Monkey Trophy. However, it was Stephen Brown who competed in all four heats that were conducted that earned him the Winter Series Cup. Two heats were abandoned because of severe weather conditions but last Saturday was just perfect. Warm and a gentle southerly that eventually dropped away but all boats had finished their race. Pascoe with only one crew member began well and keen to race without the use of a spinnaker. He was able to stay in touch throughout but not quick enough for the two Flying Fifteens which had skipped away to a handy lead. Stephen Brown and Neil Worrell in Zuri were having their own private contest as they chased the two Fifteens. Crazy skippered by Aileen Lucas was flying in the light breeze but was overhauled by Simon Lucas in FForever Young who stayed in the lead right to the end. Arkessa was still impressing with the ability to stay close while Zuri and Mary Maitland were still chasing the Fifteens all the way. FForever Young was the first to cross the line but was relegated to third place but did record the fastest time in another fine effort. Neil Worrell had done enough on handicap to take second place but it was Arkessa who picked up the trophy. Brown, who has scored consistently with Mary Maitland, was rewarded with the series trophy in a mighty performance. Sailing now goes into winter recess and racing will resume mid-October for the start of the 2022-2023 season.

  • When was Arkessa founded?

    Arkessa was founded in 2009.

  • Where is Arkessa's headquarters?

    Arkessa's headquarters is located at Heath House, Bishop's Stortford.

  • What is Arkessa's latest funding round?

    Arkessa's latest funding round is Acquired.

  • Who are the investors of Arkessa?

    Investors of Arkessa include Wireless Logic and ECI Partners.

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