Xeros Technology Group appoints David Baynes to its Board as Non-Executive Director alongside David Armfield as interim Chairman

– UK, Rotherham – Xeros Technology Group plc (LON:XSG), the developer and provider of water saving technologies with multiple commercial applications, today announced that John Samuel has resigned as non-executive Chairman with immediate effect. David Armfield, who joined the Board in June 2018, has been appointed interim non-executive Chairman.

Separately David Baynes, a director of IP Group plc, joins the Board as a non-executive director today. He is a Chartered Accountant and will Chair the Audit Committee.

David Armfield, interim non-executive Chairman, commented: “On behalf of the Board, I would like to thank John for his considerable contribution as Chairman since the business listed in March 2014. It has progressed from early stage technology development to its current position of having multiple proprietary applications in the process of commercialisation. As he steps down in order to devote more time to his other executive and non-executive Board roles – we wish him well for the future. I would also like to welcome David to the Board who brings with him a huge amount of experience in growth companies, both private and public.”

About Davis Baynes

David Graham Baynes, aged 55, is currently Chief Operating Officer at IP Group plc and has been on its Board since March 2014. He was previously a co-founder and the CEO of AIM-listed Fusion IP plc and was also a co-founder, CEO and CFO of Toad plc (now 21st Century Technology plc). David also worked at Celsis International plc from its incorporation to its flotation on the full list of the London Stock Exchange and was previously CFO of Codemasters Limited, at the time, the UK’s largest privately-owned games company.

About Xeros Technology Group plc

Xeros Technology Group plc is a platform technology company that is reinventing water intensive industrial and commercial processes.

Xeros’ uses its patented XOrbTM technologies to significantly reduce the amount of water used in a number of major applications with the remaining water becoming far more efficient in either affixing or removing molecules from substrates such as fabrics and garments. The result being significant improvements in economic, operational and sustainability outcomes.

Xeros has three divisions working in the garment finishing (Textile Technologies), tanning (Tanning Technologies, branded Qualus) and cleaning/laundry (Cleaning Technologies) markets. In cleaning/laundry, the company has three applications covering domestic laundry, commercial laundry (branded “Hydrofinity”) and the cleaning of high-performance workwear (branded “Marken”).

For more information : https://www.hydrofinity.com

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