14 Minutes in Conversation with Neil Poxon (CEO) and Tim Williams (CFO) of Oxford Flow

Join OIC Managing Partner Christopher Hall and Associate Freddie Hamilton for Episode 3 of the OIC Conversations Series.

Oxford Flow was spun out of Oxford University Engineering Department’s Osney Thermo-Fluids Laboratory in 2015 to commercialise a new type of flow regulating valve for gases and liquids. With mechanical properties superior to any products currently on the market, valves designed using OF’s IP are smaller, lighter and more reliable than existing comparable valves. By significantly reducing the number of parts in a valve from the 100 typically found in incumbent units, OF’s products are virtually maintenance free, offering significant savings in OpEx budgets. Customers include water and gas utilities, the Oil & Gas industry and multiple industrial processes.

Questions include:

  • 00:45 – What is the problem Oxford Flow is solving and what is the solution?
  • 02:15 – What are the key milestones the Company has achieved so far?
  • 03:43 – What is the new corporate structure and the benefits of bringing Georg Fischer onboard as a strategic investor?
  • 04:58 – What are the advantages of Oxford Flow’s SMART technology platform?
  • 05:54 – How do Oxford Flow’s products stand out from the competition?
  • 06:36 – What effect does the new corporate structure have on the valuation for new investors in the current Series B round?
  • 09:00 – What is the effect of the Series B round on the Company’s cash runway and what future milestones are expected to be met?
  • 11:20 – How has COVID-19 affected Oxford Flow and what strategies are being put in place to manage this impact?
  • 12:30 – What is the long-term vision for Oxford Flow?

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