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Arsenal Invests in FilterEasy

Winter Park, FL – July 31, 2017 – Arsenal announced today its initial investment in Raleigh, NC based FilterEasy. In addition to the financing, Arsenal will be joining the FilterEasy Board of Directors.   FilterEasy was founded by Thad Tarkington and Kevin Barry. Continue reading »

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Arsenal Venture Partners Announces Name Change

Arsenal Venture Partners Announces Name Change Reinforcing focus on growth equity leadership and value-added services       Winter Park, FL – June 30, 2017 – Arsenal Venture Partners announced today a new name, Arsenal, and website www.arsenalgrowth.com. This simple but significant change more closely identifies the firm’s investment strategy. Continue reading »

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Arsenal Venture Partners Exits Sirrus, Inc

Leader of next generation high-performance monomers and derivatives Winter Park, FL – May 16, 2017 –  Arsenal Venture Partners (AVP) announced the sale of Sirrus, Inc. Nippon Shokubai has acquired Sirrus for an undisclosed amount. Braemar Energy Ventures and Arsenal Venture Partners led Sirrus Inc.’s Series A round and held a position on Sirrus’ Board of Directors from the time of investment until the acquisition. Continue reading »

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Arsenal Venture Partners Exits Arctic Sand Technologies, Inc.

Leader in power conversion devices acquired by Peregrine Semiconductor, a Murata Company Winter Park, FL – April 27, 2017 –  Arsenal Venture Partners announced the closing of the sale of Massachusetts Institute of Technology spin-off Arctic Sand Technologies, Inc. to Peregrine Semiconductor. Continue reading »