The challenge calls for entrepreneurs and startups to work in four areas: urban development, improvement of the connectivity of the actors in the construction value chain, development of new project funding sources, and new construction technologies.
Those interested in participating can apply through CEMEX Ventures’ website. Once all entries have been evaluated, the finalists will be invited to Madrid, Spain on July 12, 2018 to present their projects to an expert jury.
The startup with the best pitch will be awarded €3,000.00 to fund its project. All finalists will also have the opportunity to access CEMEX Ventures’ professional network, participate in project acceleration or incubation programs, and receive mentoring and funding.
Source: CEMEX Ventures
Illustration Photo: Multi-dome lunar base being constructed, based on the 3D printing concept. Once assembled, the inflated domes are covered with a layer of 3D-printed lunar regolith by robots to help protect the occupants against space radiation and micrometeoroids. Copyright ESA/Foster + Partners