Using our expertise in the battery industry and supply chain technology for large organisations around the world, Infyos helps battery supply chain players understand their supply chain and enable collaborative action to meaningfully improve supply chain impact and resilience.
We are funded by the climate tech accelerator Carbon13 and are working with supply chain players and leading sustainability organisations to build a future where every battery is sustainable.
Together we have expertise in building supply chains, building technology for supply chains and in the battery industry.
Cofounder and CEO
Sarah built the China and Asia expansion at Everledger, the supply chain technology scale up which uses blockchain and IoT to trace high-value items such as diamonds and luxury goods from source to consumer. She was part of the World Economic Forum’s Global Battery Alliance and their Greenhouse Gas Working Group, the industry consortium for improving the sustainability of the battery supply chain. She is Co-Head of Young China Watchers in London, speaks Chinese and has worked in China so has a wide network where the majority of the battery supply chain players are based. Sarah is an expert in perseverance and an avid fan of swimming in cold water.
Cofounder and CTO
Tony was previously CTO and Cofounder at Pact Coffee, where he led them to raise Series A and was responsible for building the tech and operations behind their whole supply chain, from the farm to the consumer. He has more than a decade of experience in leading software and technology development, with a particular focus on supply chains. He previously worked in startups, scale-ups and consultancies including BCG, Babylon Health, uSwitch and Fieldmargin. Tony is an explorer at heart, mostly running up, down and around lumpy mountains
Rob was previously Global Purchasing Director at Jaguar Land Rover. He is an experienced senior executive in global automotive and aerospace supply chain management. He has deep knowledge of lean manufacturing and supply chain methodology, gained from over a decade’s experience at Toyota, Rolls Royce and Jaguar Land Rover. He is an Honorary Professor in Purchasing and Supply Chain Management at Nottingham University Business School and is a regular speaker and lecturer at a number of business schools on strategic procurement and supply chain management.
Oyvind is a founder in the B2B SaaS space including as CEO and cofounder of Poq - an Enterprise SaaS platform for commerceHe drove $1bn of annual revenue, grew the team from 0 to 100 people, and raised £20m of VC funding up to Series B. Oyvind is active in the climate tech space and is an Entrepreneur in Residence at Carbon13 - the UK’s leading venture builder for the climate emergency - where he has played a key role in developing innovative supply chain solutions.
Nicholas has a background in project development in the renewable energy and infrastructure sectors. Having grown up in South Africa and seen the real impact of energy equality, he cares deeply about giving affordable energy access to families and communities in developing countries. He has worked in various capacities in startups and in macro organisations, driving value through his passion for commercial development in the sustainability sector and contributing to the development of a range of different cleantech and renewable technologies. He is also an MBA student from London Business School. Nicholas is a photographer, explorer, and massive safari enthusiast.