Construction tech start up competition 2021 launches

By Andy Brown16 April 2021

CEMEX Ventures has launched the 2021 Construction Startup Competition, which aims to find the most innovative construction technology startups in the industry.

The application phase of the competition will remain open until June 27, 2021. There are five categories where startups can subscribe to: carbon footprint mitigation, supply chain management, efficient jobsite and built environment, advanced building materials, and new construction methods.

Since its first edition in 2017, over a thousand startups from more than 80 countries have participated in the competition.

Companies working with CEMEX Ventures on the latest competition include: Ferrovial, Hilti, Vinci Group´s Leonard, NOVA by Saint-Gobain, GS Group and Haskell.

“To participate in Construction Startup Competition 2021 means to knock directly on the doors of seven global leading companies in construction,” said Gonzalo Galindo, head of CEMEX Ventures.

“These seven leaders cover the whole construction value chain and understand what the opportunity areas in the entire construction ecosystem are in order to find the best solutions and solve the main challenges of the industry.”

For more information on the competition and how to enter, click here. To read an interview with Gonzalo Galindo, Head of CEMEX Ventures, click here.

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