Catch the Attention of Investors with Construction Tech PR

The world is changing, and so is the construction industry. Labor shortages and competitive pressures are pushing what has been a traditionally conservative field to adopt innovative technologies to improve productivity. This trend has not been lost on investors, who are seeing an opportunity for profit by betting on the construction technology market.

Demand for Construction Tech

Innovative construction tech startups are looking to capture market share and reap financial rewards by serving the industry. Likewise, investors are eager to cash in on the opportunity, Building Design + Construction reports:

Silicon Valley is eyeing (the architecture, engineering and construction industry.) Billions in venture capital and strategic funding are flooding the AEC market, as nontraditional industries (especially tech) see dollar signs in the transformation of this antiquated, low-margin industry. A Built Worlds report identified 25 VC funds, strategic funds, and accelerators actively targeting AEC. … There’s plenty more to come.     

Even if your B2B construction tech company has already developed the next big innovation, it needs more than a great product to succeed. It needs visibility and a proven construction tech public relations strategy for attracting investor attention.

Construction Tech PR Help

Need help standing out in an increasingly crowded construction tech market? Partnering with an experienced B2B public relations agency like Ripley PR can help you reach both investors and construction industry decision-makers.

Success takes more than just reaching out, though. It requires finding the right messages that resonate with your audience. Ripley PR knows how to grab the attention for potential investors for your company while promoting your technology to the construction industry.

Our experts can help promote your company from startup, through acquiring funding, and all the way up to a successful IPO and beyond. Contact Ripley PR today at (865) 977-1973 to find out more.

Heather Ripley, Founder/CEO

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