Leading companies from sectors such as banking, entrepreneurship, and investing are also included in this list. CEMEX Ventures’ upward trajectory keeps CEMEX at the forefront of the construction industry. MADRID, SPAIN. OCTOBER 11, 2018 – CEMEX Ventures, CEMEX’s open innovation and venture capital unit, was selected as one of the most relevant investors within the [...]Read more

The competition concludes with four times the number of participants’ projects compared to the 2017 competition, including the best solutions to today’s global construction challenges. The seven finalists from six different nations will negotiate with CEMEX Ventures for access to its investment portfolio. MADRID, SPAIN. JULY 31, 2018 – CEMEX Ventures commemorates #CXVPitchday, the closing [...]Read more

Concrete Sensors, an Internet of Things company focused on construction, uses real-time data from wireless sensors, enabling the most accurate solution to accelerate schedules. This is CEMEX Ventures’ first investment in smart concrete technology, which enables customers to save money and reduce schedules by weeks, all while improving quality. MADRID, SPAIN. JULY 24, 2018 – [...]Read more

PRYSMEX, finalist of CEMEX Ventures 2017 Startup Competition, is the company's fourth investment. The PRYSMEX solution was successfully tested and currently works in all of CEMEX Mexico’s cement plants. MADRID, MAY 16, 2018 - CEMEX Ventures announced today that it invested in PRYSMEX, a Mexico-based startup that offers a solution capable of detecting and helping [...]Read more

The challenge calls for entrepreneurs and startups looking to innovate in the construction sector. The call will be open for participants from all over the world, from April 10th to June 3rd. MADRID. APRIL 10, 2018 – CEMEX Ventures announced today the launch of the 2018 Construction Startup Competition, an initiative which aims to find [...]Read more

SAALG Geomechanics’ solution would save more than 10% of the costs on civil work projects and up to 15% of the cost for foundations in large buildings with underground levels. Its Daarwin software enables real-time control of civil work projects, increasing safety by anticipating challenges or changes during the construction process. BARCELONA, SPAIN. FEBRUARY 21, [...]Read more

Manutara Ventures and CEMEX Ventures invested in the second round of investment for Ipsum, a startup that created a technological platform to improve construction site management. Part of the Wayra’s portfolio in Chile, Ipsum already has presence in Peru, Argentina, Mexico, and Paraguay, with clients that are recognized leaders of national and international industries such [...]Read more

October, 17th 2017. - CEMEX Ventures, the open innovation platform and corporate venture capital unit of CEMEX, S.A.B. de C.V. (“CEMEX”) (NYSE: CX), and COFLEX, a leader in the Mexican plumbing sector, announced a joint investment in Jelp, a Monterrey, Mexico-based startup that facilitates coordination between homes and specialized professionals in different construction sectors. CEMEX [...]Read more

March, 29th 2017 . - CEMEX Ventures launches its first Open Call which will run from March 29th till May 24th 2017. The call is open to anyone who is willing to explore innovative and/or technology driven business models within the construction ecosystem, such as start ups, entrepreneurs, and innovators. CEMEX Ventures will consider any [...]Read more

March, 14th 2017. - Cemex, S.A.B. de C.V. (“CEMEX”) (NYSE: CX) announced today the launch of CEMEX Ventures, the company’s open innovation and venture capital unit. Designed to lead the evolution of the construction industry, CEMEX Ventures will leverage CEMEX’s knowledge of the business with new, leading-edge technologies and platforms. CEMEX Ventures will develop opportunities in [...]Read more