"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 questions....it 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.
About Our Business
OxValue.AI commercialises the VEST (Valuation of Early Stage Technology) Tool, which
leverages a number of variables, including patent data, initially in Information and
Communication Technology (ICT) companies. VEST is a useful new approach for
appraising technology, and an important guide for decision-making in technology
investment, transfer and commercialisation. We offer the following services:
International Organisations within the UN, EU, World Bank, etc. involved in technology
transfer - for valuing and budgeting technology investments and assistance
National Governments - for improved and comprehensive GDP accounting
Global Corporations - for mergers and acquisitions
Financial Services Institutions such as Venture Capital (VC), Private Equity (PE) and
Investment Banks (IB) - for funding evaluation
OxValue.AI proudly presents 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. It is an algorithm that estimates the monetary value of
a technology (pre or post patent grant). It provides a useful new approach to the
appraisal of technology, and an important guide for decision-making in technology
investment, transfer and commercialisation. By combining this with the latest AI
technology, we provide a wide range of service to our clients.
If you are startup,
If you are innovation team,
Who We Are
OxValue.AI is a social enterprise. It uses a multi-faceted business model to ensure its
financial sustainability whilst achieving its core goals of enabling technology transfer to
developing countries, and funding research within the Technology and Management
Centre for Development (TMCD) of the Oxford Department of International Development
(ODID), University of Oxford.
OxValue.AI can aid investment and acquisition, and is particularly useful for suppliers
and business partners in economically deprived zones within developed countries, or
across developing countries.
Financial Services Institutions
OxValue.AI can help 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.
OxValue.AI can aid budgeting, and facilitate technology transfer through accurate and
transparent estimations of the underlying technologies.
Governments and Academic Institutions
OxValue.AI can aid GDP accounting and knowledge valuation by using a widely
accepted and accredited tool that can improve the estimation of GDP by including the
value of knowledge production.