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"We have massive challenges in healthcare, climate change, we need big solutions from entrepreneurs. We also need collaboration from a global scale across disciplines...we need much better tools to assess the value of impact. this new initiative will help to address many of these is so timely, it is so important, and thank you to all of you to making this happen."

Professor Chas Bountry, Pro-Vice-Chancellor of University of Oxford. 


Who We Are

OxValue.AI is a venture with the objective of a social enterprise that uses a multi-faceted business model to ensure its financial sustainability while achieving its core goals of enabling technology transfer to developing countries and funding research within the Technology and Management Centre for Development (TMCD) at the Department for International Development, University of Oxford (ODID).



OxValue.AI proudly present a widely accepted and accredited tool to help our clients to value technology in a manner that is fair and transparent to both parties. The Tool was developed from the VEST project and is an algorithm to estimate the monetary value of a technology (pre or post patent grant).  It is a useful new approach to the appraisal of technology and an important guide for decision-making in technology investment, transfer and commercialisation. Combine with lastest AI technology we provide a wide range of service to our clients.

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Global Corporations

To aid investment and acquisition. Particularly for suppliers and business partners in economically deprived zones within developed countries or across developing countries.

Financial Services Institutions

Helping investors and research analysts in Venture Capital (VC), Private Equity (PE) and Investment Banks (IB) to value technology in a manner that is fair and transparent to both parties.

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International Organisations

To aid budgeting and facilitation of Technology Transfer through accurate and transparent estimation of the underlying technology

Governments and Academic Institutions

To aid GDP Accounting and Knowledge Valuation - via a widely accepted and accredited tool to improve the estimation of GDP by including the value of knowledge production