Latin America (LATAM) continues to show significant potential for growth and development within AEC, serving as a hub region for innovation and the adoption of emerging technologies. This November, BuiltWorlds plans to build on this powerful momentum by hosting a LATAM Night at Venture East in Miami. Following Day 1 of the conference’s general sessions, BuiltWorlds will host a reception to celebrate the immense growth within the LATAM startup ecosystem and end the day with Demo Night. This evening honoring the LATAM ecosystem and hosting 8 LATAM startup pitches will be sponsored by BuildTech Ventures and Progreso X. Below are profiles of Progreso X and BuildTech Ventures, both of which are distinguished industry leaders whose contributions have uplifted Latin America in the AEC industry.
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Progreso X collaborates with tech-driven startups to address prevalent challenges in the construction industry. Focused on scalable, disruptive solutions, the company strives to enhance productivity and sustainability. They have partnered with 33 leading startups through their ECM program. Founded in 1899 by Carlos F. Novella in Guatemala, Progreso boasts over a century of experience in cement, concrete, and lime production. The company's innovative products and services continue to revolutionize construction processes throughout Latin America.
BuildTech Ventures leads the transformation of Latin America's construction sector through strategic investments in proptech and contech. The company is dedicated to nurturing innovative ideas that revolutionize the approach to space design, construction, trade, and user experience in the dynamic LATAM region. Positioned at the forefront of construction innovation in Latin America, they envision a paradigm shift facilitated by proptech and contech solutions, including smart urban planning, sustainable materials, automation, and immersive technologies, all while providing unwavering support to visionary entrepreneurs and innovators reshaping the built environment.